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    my wife before and after gaining a little weight she’s always moaning she’s fat. I love her gains but she doesn’t.

    what to do? 

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    2. Xabi


      Then I would avoid touching her there until you open up more with her. You should maybe run your hand across her belly when you're being more intimate, but only for a short bit and then move to a place she's more confident in. I think she'll start asking questions and then that might be a good time to tell her you like her bigger. Just my advice, hope it helps and good luck.

    3. Mikeyp37


      So my wife has now said she not the woman for me as she doesn’t want to be fat! What to do? 

    4. Xabi


      You have to respect her decision of not wanting to be fat. I hope your marriage isn't messed up now. Weight gain shouldn't be a very important feature of your relationship with her. If it's causing a lot of friction, then it's best to just drop the idea. 

  2. So my wife has gained weight over the last few years and is always moaning shes fat and wants to lose weight. All she does though is gain more and is always hungry. even if I say that I love her weight and curves she is still not happy. What should I do?
  3. Becca you are gorgeous and if eating makes you happy carry on I love food and tried to eat less for a few days which I hated. I used to be so worried what others think but now I do what makes me happy. I’m the same as you actually like being bigger.
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