I weigh 121 pounds to be exact. My boyfriend is always commenting on my pudge and how I don't have a flat stomach. I work out and eat healthy but it doesn't help my pudge. I know that I am not fat by all means but he makes me feel like I am. It really hurts me. He tells me I need to work out more. And I always ask him, "why can't you just love me for who I am?" He says that if I weighed 110 that I wouldn't be able to keep him off of me. A little background on him... He is not "in shape" he used to weighed over 200 pounds but he lost all of his weight. He doesn't have abs. He's not skinny minnie. I don't care about that though. I love him either way.
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It seems like he's insecure about his own body and is trying to push those insecurities onto you to make himself feel better.
I understand that you've been with him for two years and you don't want to throw that away, but is it really worth a life of constant ridicule from the guy who is supposed to care for you and make you feel loved.
It will be ridiculously hard to, but I do encourage you to break up with him because this seems to be a toxic relationship that will not end well. It would take a lot of time to get over him, but wouldn't it be worth it to possibly find a guy who loves you enough to ignore whatever flaws you may have instead of constantly pointing them out to you.1