Got fat

After I got married to my husband, I decided to just let myself go and I got really really fat. I mean, at least 200 pounds fat. I just love being able to eat whatever I want and pile on the pounds. Now, I think my husband is having an affair with a very beautiful young woman. I almost don't blame him, cause I'm now a very fat woman and can't be all that sexy anymore to him. However, I don't really care all that much, as long as I can eat and eat and eat. At any rate, there is the cute guy in the next apartment who has been making eyes at me. Who knows what may happen there? He seems to like fat chicks. Wouldn't it be great if I can keep stuffing and still get a guy? Cool.

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  • Well, Girl, I think that you must take some decisions and these should be centered on your self-esteem:

    ? Being fat is NOT okay for many reasons, and aesthetics is the least of them. Being fat is bad for your heart and arteries, your joints, your risk for diabetes, your lifespan, your self-esteem, your tolerance to physical efforts, your mobility and much more. So I'd say you'll have to manage that problem first. You like to eat? Eat. But not just anything. I'd suggest you follow a very low carb ketogenic diet (read for example http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/sclark91.htm or Google it). It works. I went from 242 lbs to 168 lbs in 6 months, without much suffering. I've been 165-175 lbs for the last 2 years without effort. I look younger, I feel younger, I'm healthier (perfect lipid profile, perfect blood pressure, normal fasting glucose). So read about it, convince yourself that it is achievable (it really is, it's not just motivational BS) and Just Do It! :) No need for gyms - but if possible, take a nice 45-60 min walk 3 or 4 days a week because it will make you feel better.

    ? Discuss openly the matter with your husband. Ask him. Being married to someone who is cheating on us is NOT okay. It makes your relationship devoid of meaning. You may as well live alone and let him free to choose to live his life with someone else. The status quo you're living in is psychologically unhealthy for both of you. If you think that your obesity is responsible for the infidelity, lose weight (see above). If it's something else, try to discuss it with the man you married (try to recall your feelings for him the day you married him and try to make him do the same). If unsuccessful, consider a marriage therapist. But for god's sake, don't allow this situation to go on unchecked!

    ? Forget that other guy. A person who flirts with a married person is worth s***. He has no respect for others and you'd eventually discover that in the future.

    I wish you the best! :)

  • You might be vey lucky and be able to bake your cake and eat it too. I hope this cute guy makes a move on you. Or maybe you should move on him?! As for your husband, let him have affairs. I pretty much did what you did and got fat, and my dear hubby strayed. We still have s** occasionally, and I still gain weight, so I'm happy. It's been 10 years and we are still married and he still supports me and brings home the bacon, so what do I care if he f**** around?

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