Your advice was great, especially about the "new" dieting discovery of more protein/low carbs is more conducive to weight loss than the line of bunk we've previously been fed. That said, I wonder how sincere this guy is about "not willing to...make her miserable." They've been married 7 years, have an unknown number of "kids" and she's "lazy" about working out. She's only gained 20 lbs. after 7 years and multiple childbirths...there's nothing "lazy" about a woman taking care of children, a house and a husband that works full-time. He didn't say anything about her slacking on any of those duties so I can presume she's doing a pretty good job of those responsibilities. I wonder what he looks like 7 years later and perhaps giving her a couple evenings or Saturdays off, without children/meals/husband/housework duties, she'd be more willing to go work out, go for walks, time with women friends, etc. He might be surprised at how re-generated she feels about getting a little "me" time.
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