I agree with the others - ask, but don't force the issue.
But you can tilt the tables a bit in the favor of 'yes' by: * picking a nice sunny day to ask * choose a nice route (eg. in a park) * making it about health and enjoyment, not about 'losing weight'
The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.
8/10/13 4:36 P
what is in it for him? (besides spending time with you) :)
I agree with the others. ask him and if he doesn't want to go, go on your own. I believe me, I know how hard it is to go on your own. but you can do it
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8/10/13 4:34 P
You can't make people exercise. They want to do it or not, but explain to him that the talking during the walking is fun and invaluable. I walked all my life, could never get my husband to join me. Finally, on doctors orders, he's been walking for the last three years.
8/10/13 4:19 P
Can't make him, but don't use it as an excuse or let it stop you. Perhaps you will inspire him. Maybe not. But put your own health and well-being first.
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