that was him last year
this is him now...
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Most Helpful Guy
how much have you gained in between?
honestly, men are just as concerned about their looks as women are. They just don't tell everone about it. If this topic is bothering you, you'll need to be very careful, it is an emotional minefield.
I'll suggest to find a physical activity you both can enjoy. Mountain-biking? gym (together)? bouldering? hiking? rafting? A lot of Men tend to like out-door activity, that doesn't feel like "doing sports".
Additionally, help him by offering to cook for the both of you, look for low carb, high proteine recipies.
DO AVOID C. R. A. P. - food at all costs (Carbonhydrated Drinks, Refined sugar, Artificial sweeteners (watch out for "light" or "zero sugar") and Processed food (aka "convinience food"), avoid alcohol, too.
If this doesn't help - half an hour of sex equals round about one Mars bar ;)2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
I think you're being really shallow, personally. Women complain all the time about how men tell us we're fat and we need to lose weight, and then you're going to turn around and do the same thing to him? Are you trying to drive him away?
Is he working a lot of hours at a job where he doesn't get physical exercise? Is he going through a tough time emotionally? Have you guys just become less active?
People don't just "get fat." Their lives change. At your age, when people are done with college (when they had lots of time to go to the gym), suddenly you're commuting to the city and working in an office 40-50 hrs a week or whatever it is he does. Most people I know gain weight in their late twenties and thirties. It's just a fact of life unless you're obssessed with your body and working out.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE