The stares, the mocking laughter, the hurt, and the pain; this is one woman's journey of learning that being fat really does matter to everyone. In "I'm Fat and Nobody Cares," Kathleen Frank tackles the many issues that face people who battle obesity and the reasons why they do. This is the author's personal testimony of how she overcame sexual and emotional abuse, her constant struggle with weight and how she was able to find the Lord amidst every temptation to turn against Him. Through her own battle and heartbreak, Kathleen attempts to uncover the roots of this rampant issue and bring to light the pain that she and many others have experienced through weight gain. She sheds light on the real reasons why many people have become obese and how there is hope for them. The author could have very easily used this book as an outlet for her emotions, anger especially, but instead this book is very tactfully written. A rough childhood, two bumpy marriages with one ending in an affair that changed her life forever, Kathleen details her own struggle of weighing over 330 pounds and how through the love of Christ and the practical implementation of His Word in her life she has been able to come to terms with her weight and believe God for a miracle. Kathleen Frank is a world-renowned speaker, author, and trainer in the area of communications. She is a wife, mother of three, and has four grandchildren. Kathleen carries a strong and real message of God's love, grace and acceptance. With over 35 years of experience in communications, she is able to effectively convey the message God has given her. In doing so, she has seen many who have, like Kathleen, lived with abuse and was set free by her remarkable story. Kathleen is currently focusing on establishing her ministry, Restoration Life Foundation where she desires to see women and young girls restored and healed from all of life's wounds.