Ways You Unknowingly Sabotage Your Partner’s Diet

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Being down on your habits

Maybe seeing your partner make better choices is making you feel bad about yours. If that’s the case, perhaps you should be assessing your own eating habits, rather than projecting onto him, and saying, “Well now you’re making me feel bad about my nachos because you’re having a salad.” He can’t be held responsible for your feelings about your body and your food choices. That’s too much pressure. And think of what you’re suggesting: that he should stay overweight to make you feel better about your bad choices.

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