Very true gao_bo_han. If that is of course what he honestly thinks. If he minds, she’d better know about it.[/quote]
Of course. However, I’m a little perturbed by the idea that a guy would mind if his wife gained weight. A close family friend’s husband wanted a seperation, and he got it, meaning he packed his bags and left. Our friend was devasted, but she convinced him to meet with her to discuss their problems. His top issue was apparently her weight again, which was considerable. Before he would consider moving back in, he wanted to know how long it would take her to lose the weight. Eventually he divorced her, which completley crushed her. I’ve known her most of my life, and I can tell you she’s one of the sweetest, kindest women in the world. In church she sings with the voice of an angel. And her husband divorced her because she got fat.
Whatever happened to these words here?
“In the presence of God, our family and friends, I offer you my solemn vow to be your faithful partner in sickness and in health, in good times and in bad, and in joy as well as in sorrow. I promise to love you unconditionally, to support you in your goals, to honor and respect you, to laugh with you and cry with you, and to cherish you for as long as we both shall live.”
Apparently some people aren’t paying attention when they make these solemn vows. People get divorced at the drop of hat these days, perhaps forgetting they vowed to stay married through poverty, sickness, sorrow, and bad times. I know what you’re saying, games, and I agree that honesty is always the best policy. But if some guy “minds” that his wife has gained weight, then I think he needs to examine his own faults before he criticizes his wife for hers.