Honey, time to shed those pounds off
Most women can't stand their men's constant nagging about the extra pounds they have gained. Sometimes it makes them eat more instead of shedding the pounds. Some woman's hubby used to nag her about her weight but whenever she finally dropped her weight, the dude bought her cookies. And their marriage ended in divorce after the weight loss.
Telling your partner its time for them to go on a diet can be very tricky. Given the fact that almost 2/3 of US adults are overweight, this is an issue we cant run away from. Don't get me started on the marriage penalty problem - apparently on average after the "I do", most people gain six to nine more pounds than their single counterparts.
Much as we hate being given the talk or giving it, its worth it. Packing on the pounds can not only affect one's health, but also weigh on the relationship. Despite you finding your spouse physically unappealing, he or she may not feel attractive enough to be physically intimate with you.
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So, how do you tell your spouse to go on a diet without coming off as nagging or doing more damage to the situation?
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