Ever really want to forward something to some one but know they'll get offended?

United States
October 1, 2007 5:27pm CST
I get the daily diet tip in my email http://smtrk.chooseyourdiet.com/track?type=click&mailingid=465&messageid=1&databaseid=23&serial=1177675193&emailid=tjad@cableone.net&userid=7441&extra=&&&linkid=1&&&http://www.ChooseYourDiet.com/ and todays tip was to quit blaming other people for your weight problem. Be it a critical spouse or what ever... I wanted to forward it to hubby but I think he'd be offended and tell me I'm not supportive.... What would you think if your spouse forwarded that sort of thing to you?
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• United States
1 Oct 07
If your hubby is really over weight I would say don't send it. You should not be feeling bad for caring about your husband. His health is your concern as yours is his. I feel it's all for the better good of the person. go with your gut feeling and let it be that. Don't cause it to add to his stress. Good luck. :)
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• United States
1 Oct 07
He's finally started doing something about it but he still blames me for the fact that it's not easy.
@lilybug (21148)
• United States
1 Oct 07
I think that most people would take that article wrong if it were forwarded to them. A great majority of people are very sensitive about their weight. I think I would be pretty offended if that got forwarded to me.
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