Tammy Slaton endured a terrifying health complication during the 1000-lb Sisters season finale, but the reality star’s critics doubt Tammy’s induced coma will motivate her to take her weight loss journey more seriously. Ever since Tammy vowed to slim down enough to qualify for bariatric surgery in 1000-lb Sisters season 1, the television personality has failed to prove she actually cares about following through with her efforts to reclaim her fitness. From her history of overcoming life-threatening situations to her habit of struggling to recognize her grim reality, here’s why 1000-lb Sisters fans believe Tammy’s coma won’t motivate her to lose weight.
Tammy’s family members and followers have hoped Tammy would take her weight loss journey seriously for years, but the reality star has continued to let her supporters down. After failing to qualify for bariatric surgery in 1000-lb Sisters season 1, Tammy utilized the help of her brother, Chris Combs, to keep her motivated in season 2. When Tammy still didn’t make any progress in her fitness aspiration, the Slatons’ called in Amanda Halterman as a last resort to push Tammy in the right direction. On top of her siblings failing to inspire Tammy to change, the entertainer’s previous life-threatening illnesses haven’t resulted in any behavioral change. Unfortunately, fans are convinced Tammy’s coma won’t motivate her to lose weight.
Regrettably, Tammy was in her worst physical state in 1000-lb Sisters season 3. After losing 60 pounds in rehab, Tammy Slaton swiftly started to gain all of that weight back as she refused to exercise or adhere to a healthy diet in season 3. On top of failing to eat nutritious food, Tammy actively took part in destructive behavior like partying with her friends. Fans weren’t surprised that Tammy’s ended 1000-lb Sisters season 3 in the hospital. Tammy shared that she couldn’t breathe and was put into an induced coma by her doctors. Although this could very well be Tammy’s rock bottom, fans doubt the coma will serve as an impetus for the reality star to start taking her weight loss venture seriously. A Reddit user shared, “I dread to think what will happen if Tammy doesn’t wake up and see the damage she’s doing to herself.”
Sadly, Tammy’s followers don’t have reason to believe the 1000-lb Sisters star will be inspired to improve her health after recovering from her coma because none of Tammy’s past run-ins with death have resulted in progress. One fan asserted, “Unfortunately this is her third induced coma and will not be her wake-up call… It’s so upsetting.” Fans think that because Tammy has healed from comas and continued to ignore her health goals in the past, the TV personality will continue to be delusional about her reality after returning home from this induced coma. Regrettably, Tammy’s track record demonstrates that going to the hospital is a stage in her cycle of food addiction. A commenter pointed out, “[Tammy] takes everything to the edge, gets better, then reverts to her old ways.” Her pattern of making the same mistakes suggests Tammy’s coma won’t motivate her to lose weight.
Tammy’s health reached a new low in 1000-lb Sisters season 3, but skeptical fans don’t see any reason to believe the entertainer will learn her lesson. Although an induced coma can’t be taken lightly, Tammy has already recovered from several life-threatening situations and gone on to continue to give in to her unhealthy habits. Tragically, 1000-lb Sisters fans believe Tammy’s coma won’t motivate her to lose weight any time soon.
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Sources: charlotteloumorgan/Reddit, Fit-Plastic5252/Reddit, Maple-Head/Reddit
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