I'm livid my husband threw out my 'healthy' food after I was trying to lose weight – am I wrong for feeling this way?

I'm livid my husband threw out my 'healthy' food after I was trying to lose weight – am I wrong for feeling this way?


A WIFE asked the Reddit community if she was wrong for being mad at her husband after he basically sabotaged her wellness journey.

He allegedly threw out all her healthy meals when she told him she wanted to lose weight.

She wrote on Reddit: "I struggled with weight my entire life, I weighed over 200 when I graduated high school and it went up during college.

"I did not grow up in the best family life, my parents worked crazy hours, and the only food that they could feed my brother and me was junk and fast food.

"After I graduated from college, I decided to join a gym and eat healthier. I lost most of the weight that I gained throughout the years and plan on keeping it off."

After one of her friends suggested she sign up for a meal plan, she decided it was the right path for her.

"The plan is not cheap, but I do feel that a structured diet is best for me," she said.

"When my husband and I go out to eat, I do order a meal that I enjoy. My husband tried one of the dinner meals and found it to be disgusting.

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"He thinks that I am just wasting money on the food and could save money by purchasing meals from the store.

"I came home one evening after work and saw all my meals opened in the garbage bin.

"When my husband came home, I started yelling at him that he should not have thrown away good food. He looks at me and says 'I did a good thing for you, now you can start eating regular nonprocessed foods.'

"He thinks I should not have reacted the way I did, and he was only trying to help save me money."

Many people actually agreed with the wife and said she had every right to get angry.

One person wrote: "He owes you the cost of the wasted food."

A second agreed and added: "If it was about the money, he wouldn't have tossed the food out to make you buy more food, and spend more money." 

And a third asked: "Is your husband by any chance overweight? Is it possible that he is sabotaging your health goals out of a place of jealousy or even insecurity?"

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