I went through chemo treatment twice while being with my ex, I worked full time as a nurse and still kept up with everything at home. It was hard but my ex was supportive. Then after I went into remission I naturally put on weight post chemo as I was severely under weight. My ex stopped sleeping with me and eventually told me he wasn't attracted to me anymore because I put on weight. I know I need to lose a bit but I didn't think I was at the level of rejection. Is my body really that bad that it's worth throwing away a good five year relationship?
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I lost my wife two years ago to cancer. She went through many chemos and two stem cell transplants. She definitely gained weight also, She was also a nurse, but could not continue while in treatment and her license expired. She gained a lot, too but I never stopped loving cuddling up to her in bed, touching her, and making love to her.
Yes, you have excess weight and I hope you can continue to lose it, But he should be with you this whole time and loving every minute he has with you. And by the way, even though you have the extra weight, you still look GOOD!8
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honey you look great! i'm sorry you've been through so much. i'm not sure if he's saying he doesn't want to be with you anymore because you put on weight... i'm wondering if maybe he's unsure and worried about your health and maybe just uncomfortable about how to deal with all you've been through. just continue to take care of yourself. that's all that matters... and wait and see how or if he adjusts to it all. i hope this helps. take care.2