LA Weight Loss - I was soooo Good!!!
01-30-2006, 04:10 PM
Well, over the weekend, my DH who sometimes NEVER stops to think about what he's doing brought a Strawberry Cheese Cake into the house. :rollpin: He said to me "After all, You're the one on a diet, why should I have to suffer?".:censored: .. OMG... it was hard, but I resisted temptation. :encore: NO cheese cake for me until I get down to my goal weight, and THEN I'll have to think hard about it.
01-30-2006, 04:19 PM
Oh my Joan - I think I would've definitely given him some cheesecake but not exactly the way he expected it!! But good for you - glad you could say no - that is a wonderful NSV!!!!! I believe sometimes that is exactly what it takes to make us strong and stay that way!!
01-30-2006, 04:46 PM
Sometimes DH's are not so dear, huh? Way to say no. I wonder if DH is feeling a little jealous of your weight loss? If he keeps up this kind of stuff, you may need to have a heart to heart with him about your diet, why you want to loose weight, and how much his support would mean to you.
01-30-2006, 09:59 PM
My husband did something similar- about a week into this "journey" to my goal weight- he called me at work and told me a few people at work brought their kids Girl Scout Cookie order forms and wanted to know which cookies I wanted! I almost lunged through the phone at him. I said "none- thank you." He then proceeded to read to me all of the choices in detail. I was so mad!! But did not order any- and if he brings the ones he did home I plan on stomping on them and pouring them over his head!! :devil:
Husbands can be so insensative sometimes!! :dizzy:
01-30-2006, 11:50 PM
I REALLY went off on my husband one time for a similar situation involving M&Ms and a bag of potato chips. He brought in the family size of each. I started crying and even slammed an upstairs door, saying he's sabotaging me and the like. I was PMS'ing in case you haven't put that part of the story together yet ;)
Anyway, he realized I was serious at that point, and he hasn't done too much to tempt me since (he did bring in a gallon of ice cream yesterday, but that was my bad for making chocolate chunk brownies to relieve my cramps :rolleyes:
01-30-2006, 11:53 PM
Katie, they do get nervous when you start losing weight, I think. They know in their head you aren't going to leave them just because you wear smaller pants, but I think the real kicker is that they don't want to see you be skinny and be reminded that they are bigger than they should be. It's easier to have a chunky wife and not worry about your health than to have a skinny one who is constantly showing you what you probably SHOULD be doing. Also, they probably don't people to look at you as a mismatched couple...I know I hate even going out with my husband when I am frumped out and he is in his business attire, and that is just clothing.
01-31-2006, 12:08 PM
I've never posted here before.. hi, my name is Nicole. :dizzy:
My hubby has learned to support me, finally, but it's taken almost 2 whole years and accompanying me to the doctor a couple of times. I have to follow a food plan for health reasons in addition to needing to lose weight, because I'm allergic to some things. My hubby now asks me if I can have this or that and if I can't it goes into a special cupboard that is for him and my daughter. I don't have to look at it except when I retreive one treat food that I keep up there.
Ya'll sound like an awesome group of ladies!
01-31-2006, 12:21 PM
Thanks everyone. It wasn't easy, and there were a couple of times that I was REALLY tempted. :o But then I asked myself...
"Is that going to taste anywhere near as good as thin feels????"
That did it for me. :D
01-31-2006, 01:27 PM
So glad that you found us, How long have you been on LAWL? Great weight loss! The ladies on here are great so feel free to jump in any where.
Congratulations on making a choice to be healthy and lose weight.
01-31-2006, 02:10 PM
:welcome: - So glad your DH has decided to support you - that is wonderful!! Mine does a pretty good job himself - he still enjoys his foods as long as it doesn't bother me -