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SLIMMERKIWI SparkPoints: (205,303)
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11/25/12 5:37 P

It sounds like you know what you need to do to cure yourself, then :-)

Rather than eating out at Restaurants as often, why not make a healthy picnic and go somewhere to eat it. Go for a walk together after. Find some physical activity to do for socializing - bowling can be fun. Leave alcohol for special occasions or meals only, but drink more mindfully - or not at all :-)

You can still enjoy yourselves - it can still be romantic - you can still avoid weight-gain.

Kris

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11/25/12 5:31 P

Yes to all.

SLIMMERKIWI SparkPoints: (205,303)
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11/25/12 4:04 P

Is there something that you are doing while dating that causes the weight-gain? (Lots of restaurant meals or take-outs? Drinking more alcohol while socializing? Less physical activity?

Some food for thought!

Kris

Edited by: SLIMMERKIWI at: 11/25/2012 (17:33)
GLITTERFAIRY77 Posts: 8,023
11/25/12 3:06 P

Aaaw. You know, there are women chubby chasers, too...Get healthy because you need to be healthy, but don't think that women don't like a little something to hold on to.

PSCHIAVONE2 SparkPoints: (20,256)
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11/25/12 2:46 P

I suffer from the above affliction. I get fat while in a relationship and slim down when single. Trying to find the cure. I do want to date again.

Edited by: PSCHIAVONE2 at: 11/25/2012 (17:29)
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