- 5 years ago
- Wedding: July 2013
So we’re going through FI’s stuff to see what to keep, what to sell in our garage sale this Saturday, and what to put into storage since he’ll be moving into my place.
Let me just say having him pick stuff out to put into the garage sale is like pulling teeth. *facepalm* However we ended up coming together and finally got him to part with some stuff that we can sell to put towards the wedding, yay!
While going through his bedroom (which is a HUGE mess by the way) I found quite a lot of candy which really bothers me since he is a diabetic, and needs regular vitamins and a very healthy diet to keep himself from not getting sick (which he is quite prone to.) Now here is the weird part….Almost all of the bags of candy are not opened he has just been buying candy and hoarding it. Does that sound normal at all? I don’t feel like that is normal behavoir.
He has Christmas candy bags, Easter candy bags. He has chocolate bars, M&Ms, Sour Patch Kids, and just a lot of other stuff. I found all of it in a corner of his room under plastic bags, and in his closet. I don’t understand this kind of need to buy candy and then just….I don’t know….hoard it? I feel like this is tied into him being a diabetic kind of like he knows he shouldn’t have it, but yet he keeps buying it to just have it.
I feel like I should have a talk with him, and just see why he is doing that. Any advice on how to talk to him about this odd behavoir? Some of the candy bags are opened, so I know he has eaten small amounts of candy. I also talked to his nephew that he hangs out with quite a bit and he told me that while helping Fiance clean out his car before coming over to see me one day that he had to clean out a lot of candy wrappers, and candy bars/bags out of the car, he even noted the weird behavoir.
….So now I am just pondering what to say exactly. I am not saying this is some horrific red flag or anything I just find it odd and kind of funny….but mostly weird. Has anyone else’s Fiance hoarded something weird like candy?