It’s Not My Fault

Gaining Weight? Maybe it isn’t Your Fault: Marriage

wedding I’d like you to meet T Laster. He’s a pretty fit guy right? He should be because he’s a personal trainer—but even T. got an F when it comes to gaining weight after getting married.

“The home cooking started you know? T recalled. “Now I’ve got to entertain so we’re going out to eat all the time you know? We’re engaged trying to live it up and the next thing I know I’m about 15 pounds heavier.”

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2 Comments to “Gaining Weight? Maybe it isn’t Your Fault: Marriage”

    Marriedover20 said:
    February 13, 2013 at 9:04 PM

    Yes — it's true — you DO gain weight when you co-habitate for an extended time. I weighed 148 when I met my husband; saw it go up to 206, managed to get it down to 178 — mainly, it's due to lifestyle. It's easier to be healthier on your own. Women add years to a married man's life; for women, it's sadly the opposite — because the husband usually has more bad habits than the wife. lol

    Mike Osullivan said:
    February 15, 2013 at 4:54 AM

    Wow. I'd never have thought that co-habitation could increase weight gain! It makes sense, but wouldn't have crossed my mind.

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