My boyfriend is making me fat. He loves burgers and fries and milkshakes, and I can't help snacking along with him. Of course, he's super thin, but I'm packing on the pounds.
Just shy of our first anniversary, my boyfriend Drew told me he had a feeding fetish. He texted it, actually. He was visiting family in Florida, and I was alone in our apartment after a hour workday.
Sign up or log in to share. This is something controlling people do. They try to make you insecure about yourself or the relationship so you spend most of your time competing for his approval and for him.
Alex thought John was perfect - until she realised he wanted her to change her body. Some things should never be said, let alone iced on a cake. Photo: iStock Source:Whimn. Over a period of six weeks, I had a frequent customer: a tall lanky guy, with a thick crop of dark hair and the most startling bright blue eyes.
The audio contains an extended conversation and more letters; submissions are welcome at dearsugars nytimes. This one is different. I love him to death and he feels the same about me.
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Monday, March 31, I started my weight loss journey last year February at pounds and I am currently at pounds. My goal is to get down to pounds; however, my decision to lose more weight is creating an issue between my family and me.
He wants me to lose weight and be the trophy girlfriend he can show off. Am I being selfish—should I really just put the effort in to lose two dress sizes? Would it make me happier, as well?
By Petra Boynton. My boyfriend and I have just come back from holiday. People stared and I heard some of them laughing and commenting.
Relationships, like any other all-around significant commitment, can bring about some major life changes. From reaching a whole new level of comfort with another human being to learning how to comfortably fit two bodies into one bed in the ultimate game of Tetris, being in a relationship changes a person. One of the most perceivable changes that one may go through while engaging in such a commitment, however, is the painfully noticeable physical one: the relationship weight gain.