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    Default Do you comment in what your partner eats?

    He only does to make sure I eat something proper. (Or eat at all) but I am still overweight from DD, so I struggle with food/weight, and he knows this.

    I do with him as a joke only

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    Default Do you comment in what your partner eats?

    I used to when he was fighting (he's a boxer) and he'd be under a lot of pressure to go up or down weight classes.
    When he needed to drop it he'd barely eat and train his guts out for hours a day which I hated, I don't know how he had any energy!

    Other than that no I don't.


 

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