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We both ate chicken... Warning-Pictures of Grease inside!

Thursday, May 23, 2013

So this is what I ate for supper the other day

This is what my fiance ate for supper that night

To say I get little to NO support from my Significant other is an understatement.
We choose to eat completely is choosing, it is a choice, my choice and his. Yet it would be nice if we both ate the same foods, if I could cook 1 meal, if we were both on the same page at the same time. He is 5' 6", 230 LBS, he is very large boned so stocky regardless, but he has a stomach on him, he could stand to lose a few LBS, he says he wants to eat better, be healthier, lose some weight...yet the choices he makes clearly don't say that. It is hard sometimes looking at fried's not just this one particular night that this happens, it is an everyday occurrence that it is this way..well everyday that he is home as he works 15 on and 6 off. No wonder I do wonderful when he is away and when he is home put LBS back on. I do cave in sometimes, sometimes I still just want a Burger and Fries..I shouldn't but I do. I MUST work on getting better at saying NO when he is around as you can see from the pictures I am getting better at it!

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  • THOMS1
    Same here. I have to prepare two meals. Healthy for me and not so healthy for him. His choice. I keep telling him to just make sure there is enough money in that gettin over the grief fund. emoticon
    1799 days ago
  • 2BEHEALTHY2014
    I feel your pain! My husband needs to lose quite a bit of weight. He says he wants yo eat healthier, but then he'll want me to bake him something. It's very frustrating. He travels for his job so is gone Monday - Thursday. I do so much better he he's gone. I try to cook herby when he's home, but sometimes it's hard!

    Good luck!
    1799 days ago
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