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patty wrote:surrealchereal wrote:It is very difficult to date and go out to dinner.
Relationships become more intimate and deeper because of the intent of genuine caring. And it develops with a passion of attraction as we are all participatory in the wellbeing of our ecosystem. Our dinners change to a more mature level of commitment where a authentic Love resonates.
Jubilee wrote:For me the question would not be "how has McDougalling affected my relationships?", but rather, "How have my relationships affected my McDougalling?"
Vanilla Orchid wrote: He recently saw his doctor, who was surprised and concerned, and asked if the weight loss was intentional, but admitted that his numbers were very good--i.e., the best in his life! DH's bmi is about 21. Yes, he looks thinner. That's what healthy looks like folks. Even our doctors are so used to seeing fat people that they don't know a healthy one when they see one.