"Really Honey, there's MORE to love!
Yeah…I know. You want to make sure you are reading this WITHOUT your partner noticing. You love him/her, but those extra pounds sometimes get in the way. My first bit of advice is to definitely take 2 specific action steps to improve your quality of life:
1. Eat less sugars and carbohydrates. A low-glycemic diet of 6 small meals per day (As opposed to 3 larger meals per day) is a sure way to drop pounds without being hungry. For more details, drop me a line at doug@makeyourwifehotcom. I lost 20 pounds PERMANENTLY a while ago and those last 20 are always the hardest.
2. Exercise more. Your time is precious and if you can’t make it to the gym everyday, at least enroll in some dance lessons, or start walking more. If you can’t walk to work, try taking a walk with your spouse every day. You’ll increase your connection and you’ll shed a few pounds. Moreover, your energy levels will rise and this can help in every area of your life…including your sex life!
Of course, while you are working on becoming the fit, trim Adonis you were born to be, let’s not WAIT to have great sex while you are shedding those extra pounds. Setting a good example for the Mrs. has a leveraged affect on your life. You’ll feel better, look better, probably make more money and be an encouraging healthy guy for her. Nagging HER to lose weight while she is sewing back your shirt buttons for the 17th time isn’t going to work, sport. You can’t expect her to be a Victoria’s Secret model if you are the Cheetos eating champion of Nebraska. Be a good example BEFORE you even expect to see a change in her.
That doesn’t mean that you have to give up sex, of course, on your journey to new found health. Nearly anyone with any amount of extra baggage can have fun, euphoric sex regardless of their weight, extra padding or baby fat. Men and women alike can enjoy each other despite any “barriers” to entry.
If your gal has a few extra pounds, your mind probably falls into one of 3 distinct spheres of thought. Learn how to manage the psychological and physical challenges of navigating that extra padding…click here and read on…