Today's social dilemma is about cheating, but probably not the kind of cheating you're thinking about. I can relate to this email from Kurt. This is what he wrote: Hey, Jaime. This is Kurt, and I’m emailing you today from work as I eat my second breakfast. A breakfast I’m having because my wife has put us on a non-sugar, non-carb diet for the next six weeks and I’m miserable. I went with it for the first week, but I caved with a bacon, egg, and cheese on a roll breakfast sandwich. I tried it without the roll but it’s much better with the roll and that’s against the diet. Now I feel like I’m cheating on her but what am I supposed to do? I work out and I’m in good shape; she’s the one who needs to shed fifteen pounds. Why should I have to be miserable too? Am I cheating on her? Or should I just hide it and support her when we’re eating together? Help me out with this Jaime. Thanks Kurt I have been in this situation with my sweetie. It is not easy when one person in the household decides to go on a diet but the other one doesn't want to. I am a big fan of supporting the person who is trying to lose weight, but I don't think that means you have to follow the same diet. But that's just me. What do you think? Let me know on the TRY Facebook page.
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