Obesity: The Scourge of the Modern Relationship
In a recent survey by Antonella Gambotto-Burke, it has been revealed that obesity is the root cause of many relationship disasters. In her survey, Gambotto-Burke states that her boyfriend Gavin had been ‘a man’s man’ before she encouraged him to change his lifestyle.
Gambotto-Burke says, “When I told my girlfriends I’d met a new man eight years after a horrendous divorce, they were of course delighted and peppered me with questions. Who is he? What does he do? When can we meet him? As it turns out, Gavin was a self-proclaimed ‘big man’ who loved food and his lifestyle revolved around it.”
Unfortunately, Gambotto-Burke’s attempts to change her partner failed and the relationship ended in disaster. “When I tried to encourage him to eat healthier and exercise more, he simply refused. He said he was happy with his lifestyle, and that he didn’t need to change. He was adamant that I should accept him as he was, and that it was my problem if I couldn’t handle it.”
It appears that Gambotto-Burke’s story is not an isolated incident, as obesity has been linked to many relationship issues. Poor diet, lack of exercise, and a sedentary lifestyle can all contribute to poor health and relationship issues.
It has been suggested that if couples can find ways to reduce the risk of obesity, it could go a long way to improving the health of their relationship. A healthy diet, regular exercise, and an active lifestyle are all key components for a successful relationship.
Gambotto-Burke’s story serves as a reminder that everyone should strive to be their best selves and that we should never settle for anything less. If we want to maintain healthy relationships, we should all strive to be in the best physical and mental shape.
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