Aisha is a 24-year-old housewife who moved to Italy from Morocco 5 years ago with her husband. She is now in her second pregnancy, the first child is 3 years old. Already upon her arrival in Italy she was overweight, but now, after the previous pregnancy, the few physical activity and unhealthy nutrition, she has reached a BMI of 29.She does not smoke, does not drink alcohol, but feels intimately uncomfortable with her weight, and very lonely. She is intelligent and curious, but this aspects has been sacrificed by her culture. She loves her baby and respects her husband, but often compensates her sense of incompleteness and loneliness with junky food. His window of freedom on the world are the social networks, Facebook. During the obstetric visit at the clinic they advised her to participate at the Mitosis laboratory to learn to eat better and practice physical activity. Her husband’s resistance was overcome by the insistence of the doctor, who explained the risk of obesity in such a young woman, and the reassurance that only women will be present at the session. Aisha is hesitant to participate, but she would like to try because she has watched the photos of the laboratory and because the doctor tells her it would help her lose weight. She speaks just little Italian.