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Does your FI/DH know how much you weigh?

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#41 Prettyhazardous

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    Posted 24 June 2009 - 08:57 PM

    Are you kidding me my fi knows my weight bra size clothes size shoe size.. I know all of his sizes too except his bra size lol. We have been together almost 4 yrs and living together for 6 months I think it'd be impossible for him not to know.

    #42 lmuze

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      Posted 24 June 2009 - 09:18 PM

      My FI probably knows the range but I he knows i am very sensitive about my weight so he never makes a big deal of it. He keeps telling me that if I want to lose weight, i should do it for me and me only. He loves me just the way I am...thanks God because I go up and down like a yo yo. Now, let me go take a walk...

      #43 Royal_lady10

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        Posted 30 June 2009 - 09:46 PM

        Fi has a good idea only because he works out (competed in body building) and will on occasion find it funny that Im a "light weight" compared to the weight he lifts when working out. He knows how senstive I am about my weight, and doesnt make a fuss about. If he comments at all, its mainly to let me know that if I want to lose anything, do it for me, as he loves me as is..

        #44 march132010

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          Posted 30 June 2009 - 10:06 PM

          Mine does not know, but he knows I do WW...

          #45 Shinbinea

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            Posted 01 July 2009 - 04:46 AM

            Sean knows, he loves me for who I am, even if it is 20pds more then I would like to weigh.

            #46 Shinbinea

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              Posted 01 July 2009 - 04:48 AM

              Also he may have only been asking how much you weigh because he needs your support to help him lose the weight and that's just the first way he choose to bring it up.

              #47 Carolyn

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                Posted 01 July 2009 - 07:44 AM

                My DH knows how much I weight. I told him 3 years ago when I had to loose 30 lbs. I figured it would help me to loose it. He always knows what I weight so we can maintain my weight as a team. It's a sturgle at all times. Right now I weight 148 and I am 5 foot 7 inches. I need to get back to my goal weight of 143...5lbs strugle.......

                #48 boscobel

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                  Posted 01 July 2009 - 09:45 AM

                  My husband only knows cuz I had to tell the anesthesiologist before my surgery a few weeks ago. I know it's only a number, but when it reflects how you feel about yourself, then it's more. Like if I weighed xxx but looked great, that's fine, but if I weighed xxx and look like hell, then that is NOT fine. And that's how I feel. I don't feel good or feel like I look good, so the number DOES matter in that way. My number may not be bad for someone else and their number may not be bad for me, but I know that right now my number is bad for me.

                  Oh and the other main reason that he never knew, is b/c I rarely weigh myself. I try to base my health more on how I look and feel and how my clothes fit then what the scale says. And the fact that I am 5'2 and Matt is like 5'5-5'6. So we are almost the same size and I feel like a big monster compared to him sometimes. So I keep that nmber to myself as much as I can.

                  But he does know my bra, shoe, ring, shirt, dress, underwear, etc. sizes!

                  #49 CrystalM

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                    Posted 01 July 2009 - 10:23 AM

                    He's never asked, I've never told :)

                    That said, I don't know how much he weighs either.
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                    #50 silverangel

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                      Posted 01 July 2009 - 11:25 AM

                      We have always shared our weight with eachother. I never really thought of it as a big deal.
                      Whenever someone asks they are shocked that I weigh more than I look. Even the doctor's receptionist double checked and asked if that was really my weight...she couldn't believe it.
                      Oh well, it IS just a number, like your age and it's all about how you feel.

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