I'm 35 and married. My husband hates being skinny as much as I hate being fat. He eats sweets every single night (or he is pissed) before bed, sitting in bed watching tv. For 2 years I have off and on turned down enjoying sweets with him telling him that's what makes me fat... recently he has been buying extra sweets on his way home from work to get milk or diapers etc. I have been feeling that he wants me to stay fat. Tonight he tossed me a chocolate bunny which I politely tossed back. After 3 times, he opened his and put it in my face. I asked why he was doing this and even said that I thought he was trying to keep me fat. It's so hard to lose weight when you live like this.View Thread
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