The nation’s obesity epidemic may have lessened the stigma, but it remains scary.I know a woman who told me she’d threatened to leave her husband because he had become obese in the last five years, and diabetic, and she didn’t believe he cared about losing weight.Men who gained weight were more likely to report marital problems compared with men who lost weight, while women who gained weight were more likely to be happy compared with those who lost weight.Sobal, a Cornell nutritional sociologist and study co-author, suggested that obese women may be more happy in their marital relationships because they have internalized negative societal views of obesity.On a more serious note I can understand where you're coming from, but I don't really know much. The man who is isolated, who is unable to share in the benefits of political association, or has no need to share because he is already self-sufficient, is no part of the polis, and must therefore be either a beast or a god.-Aristotle It's a sad state that the world of dating is in now.Colorado was lowest, at just under 21 percent obesity, and Mississippi was highest at nearly 36 percent.
The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System telephone survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention gathered a nationally representative rate of Americans across the U. by calling 400,000 Americans in 2011, asking them about their height and weight. Overall, more than a third of adults are obese, similar to earlier reports, but rates differ by state.Obese husbands tend to be less happy with their marriages than other men, according to a 1995 study led by Jeffrey Sobal, Barbara S.Rauschenback and Edward Frongillo, and published in "Obesity Research." Meanwhile, obese women tend to be happier with their marriages than other women.There's just a smaller pool of women and men respectively to choose from.Now before you guys go "well bro that just makes us look better." Yeah it does, but on the other side of the coin they're are less in shape or just what should be average sized women.