(Closed) NWR – Do SO/FI's eating habits affect YOUR weight?

posted 9 years ago in Emotional
  • poll: SO makes ME eat healthy/work out

    SO makes it difficult but I'm able to stick with what I want

    SO makes it impossible to eat healthy/sabotages my diets

    SO has no effect on me; I'd eat this way regardless

    We have radically different diets (vegan/crazy carnivore, etc.) Give details!


  • Post # 47
    81 posts
    Worker bee
    • Wedding: June 2013

    I selected other. When we first started dating I think we both gained 5-10 pounds. The excitement of it being a new relationship and not going to the gym as often took a toll. However, now that we’re engaged he’s a great influence on me. He eats really healthy and I’m more likely to be the one to suggest eating out instead of eating a healthy meal at home. It really helps that we’re working on our health and fitness as a team. We’ve now lost 14 pounds each and are well on our way to being wedding ready.

    Post # 48
    515 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: July 2011

    Its so much harder living with my husband. He always wants to go out to get food after 8 pm and will come back with fast food or pizza or doughnuts. He will buy unhealthy snacks to have around the house and eat them in front of me. I try not to eat that late or eat junk food but its so hard when I can see and smell it right there! My husband was recently gone for 3 months and while we were in an LDR I lost ten pounds without trying, he came back and Ive gained it again! And the butthead is one of those guys who is never going to put on pounds no matter how much he eats.

    Post # 49
    2604 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: July 2015

    We’ve both lost weight (me because of Weight Watchers, and him by association, lol) but he’s constantly trying to tempt me with sweets becaues he knows how much I love them and he “just wants me to be happy”… grr! Lol.

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