And that verse was directed at an older, married couple, too, where likely gravity had taken its toll! I believe that part of loving your man and helping your man is being as attractive as you can be.
About five (5) years after marriage my husband told me he was not sexually attracted to me, now I already new this but he would never admit it before. I love what you wrote here, it is so perfect for what I need to hear, and share with my husband.


I did not find him physically attractive then, so I fell in love with HIM, and it was at first sight. Now, he knocks my socks off and I think he is the most handsome man ever, though he is overweight (I do not even register this when I look at him). I do think our marriages are worth the effort to look good, and to stay within a reasonable weight (definitely NOT what you were at 20, mind you!).
And when we put so much emphasis on needing the perfect body in order to make love we’ve lost the point.


Choosing to walk places or choosing to take up biking as a family are all good things that can help us keep our weight manageable. For me to get back to the weight I was when I was married would require a tremendous amount of effort.




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