That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I discover an good answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could give you an answer..
I am sorry you are going thru this....I know what ya mean tho I am and have been going thru this myself with my own hubby. Not completely his fault that....he had stoke in June but even before the stroke we just don't have the same interests anymore....I want to learn to ski...go white water rafting and he just not into those things. I wanna go camping and.
..things I have not done since I was a child...and it's hard to do these things when your with a partner who doesn't want to come along for the ride or share in these things with you....I don't know what to do I have tried leaving him...cause our relationship is way different now.....but I feel guilty cause he did stick with me thru the.
And all my health issues before I had the GBS.....I don't think I'm being fair and I feel selfish but wow....I am miserable and I am sure he is too but he swears he still loves me.....even tho he hasn't touched me in 5 yrs........
Set it up and go even if he won't. You need support no matter what he decides to do or not do...
Not only are you adjusting to the new you, your husband is too. He was in love with the old you and had gotten used to his wife being a certain way and it got comfortable for him. It will shake him, seeing a new woman.
Around with new goals and ambitions..
I have had the exact same issues over the last year, I want to do all kinds of activities that I was never able to before, but he's used to me being a home body and he's not out doing all these things. If he had been active in.
And doing stuff, we probably wouldn't have been together before I had.
, because that was not the life I was leading as an obese gal. So as not to step on his toes, or drag him along when he doesn't want to do something I want to, I still go do it, by myself. This does cause fights and controversy because I want my "me" time. And I don't like the fact that our interests no longer line up. But I am hoping in some time, he will be drawn back into getting to know the new me..
Your husband may feel more comfortable watching you from afar instead of jumping into whatever right now. Just know that he has to adjust to this new lifestyle too, and it doesn't have to push you apart...
Even if he doesn't go you need it. If you're religous see your minister. Its a huge adjustment for everyone to get use to. Helps also to reassure them that you aren't going to dump the old model (Them) for a new one. Maybe do the stuff you want to alone but find something you both like and do that..