It's all-too-likely you'll tie the knot with someone who has eating habits drastically different than your own. From going meatless to eating meat at every meal, or curbing cravings with vegetables rather than reaching for a bag of chips, our eating habits vastly differ from person to person. And that, our experts say, can create marital conflict for which you may not be prepared. Not only that, but if one partner goes on a health kick and the other won't come along for the proverbial healthy food ride, one partner can become controlling or judgmental of the other, warns Jane Greer , Ph. But you don't have to have food fights, our experts say.
How to Deal When You and Your Husband Have Different Eating Habits
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Getty Images. Money conflicts are common among couples—they may even be the leading cause of fights. But did you know many couples also have fights about food on a daily basis? In fact, the topic sparks so much interest that ABC in San Francisco asked me to be a guest on View From the Bay to talk about love, marriage, and how to keep peace at meals. Men and women often have opposing Mars and Venus moments about nutrition, which can lead to tension and arguing in relationships.
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My first letter was to the husbands, but ladies, this one is for you. Yes, it is possible to get your husband to eat real food, although admittedly, it might be difficult. We men can sometimes be stubborn. Written by Mr.
My husband's weight has changed by about 1 pound since we have been married 41 years I do buy silk almond milk and puffed rice for myself and he has his favorite cereal I am the one who buys him coffee cake, which doesn't bother me Well I have lived with a picky husband now ex and currently am raising my son who needs lots of food cuz he and his dad have crazy fast metabolisms.