My wife has become obese
Should I divorce her?
|Summary: While some men
and women will not like this and this advice applies to
both, when one partner gains so much weight that she or
he is not what she/he was before marriage and also
refuses to do anything about it, the other partner has a
right to ask for divorce.
writes, "I told my wife when we
first started dating not to
gain weight because it will destroy my feelings
towards her. She laughed it off and me being the
not wanting to look shallow, I have stayed with her but
have hated being with this
of a person ever since. I tried
dieting and I lost 28 lbs and kept it off but she
never followed through. I have no joy to come home to
habits disgust me and I wish she would either
lose the weight or leave me but I can't be any
clearer to her. She is just too stupid to get that; it
is the most important thing for me to have in my life, a
wife or nothing at all. I am still angry about her
I can totally understand how you feel because I am
health fanatic myself -- I am basically less than
130 lbs and I am 5 ft 8 inches.
It is time to act if you want to be happy because you
hate the way things are right now. And if you are
like me, you probably do not
with a woman if you are not attracted to her. So sit
down with her and give her a deadline that unless she
changes her lifestyle, you are out of the marriage.
And if she does not follow up on the plan, DO
leave her. Life is too short to be wasted on a
woman who loves food more than her husband. Be
supportive during this time but unless you demonstrate
that you mean business, she wouldn't take you seriously.
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