Tell someone your problems today. Make a human connection.
The connection that helped me was to hear other people's life stories of struggle and success with weight control. We all have life stories to tell, and sharing them helps both the sender and the receiver. As we describe ourselves, we focus on the main problems we have and let our personalities come out and illuminate our experiences.
Talking gives us an opportunity to express (or "vent") our pent-up mental and emotional energy. Just confiding in someone builds our trust as well, a trait that is often minimized in obese people, because of having to always shield or protect our tender selves.
Often, we overweight people think less of ourselves. Some of us feel ashamed, unimportant, and even hate ourselves. By sharing our pain, and our joys, by letting others know that we are in this hard life, too, we really not only help ourselves, we also help others – we confirm that they are not alone in their shame, inferiority, and feelings of self-hatred.