Today's social dilemma is definitely something I've deal with Here is the email I received. Hey Jaime, my name is Kim and I’m emailing you this morning because I think my husband is lying to me every day and I don’t know what to do about it. It all started when my husband came home from a doctors checkup a few months ago and his weight was up. The doctor recommended he start exercising and watching what he eats. We made a pact to do it together. I go to the gym four times a week, so I encourage him to come with me and he does. The thing is...he really hasn’t lost that much weight. I fix him a healthy dinner every day, but I think he’s cheating on me with food. I think he’s eating unhealthy foods for lunch at work or maybe snacking on junk food behind my back. I don't want to accuse him of something, but it's clear something is wrong here. I want to help him lose weight but I think he's cheating. What would you do? Hope you have some good advice. Thanks Kim. I really have had this issue before. My sweetie and I are committed to trying to get healthier, but I'm not gonna lie, sometimes I cheat. I might eat a Reese's Peanut Butter cup, or some carbs that were not on the menu for the day. It got to the point where I finally had to fess up. I truly am trying to eat healthier, but sometimes, you need to have a bowl of pasta with mama's home made sauce to make everything right. So what would you tell Kim? I think they should accept each other as they are, and do their best. What do you think? And have you ever "food cheated" on your spouse? Let me know on the TRY Facebook page.
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