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When Rolf was reading through his phone one night while they were in bed, she saw that he had been texting quite a few other girls, which led her to end the relationship.
All this sneaking around raises a big question: Is it wrong to read your man's texts or emails if you end up learning he's been hiding things from you, or does snooping bring you down to his level?
I have read and heard countless times that guys prefer women with curves and more meat on their bones but I’m starting to wonder about that.
I have some super skinny friends who are considered really hot and always get hit on and then there are celebs who are super skinny, like Olivia Wilde and Megan Fox (she supposedly has a 23 inch waist!
It’s unfortunate that our culture is so weight-obsessed when the problem isn’t really weight itself, it’s fat. For most men, runway models are way too skinny to be considered an ideal body type.
Yes, clothes look good on runway models, but aspiring to look like one is not only extreme, it’s also unnecessary.
"It was the worst thing I have ever seen with my eyes," Gold said.
She's not alone: according to a 2011 study, 41-percent of women have snooped through their man's phone or emails.
Then, hundreds of women looked at these same pictures and rated how they than what the women believed to be the ideal weight that men want.
So it’s really important to realize that whatever a particular man prefers, he probably wants you to have a little more meat on your bones than you think he ideally wants.
(This study and others can be found in The Evolution of Desire by David M Buss) Now I am not saying go cancel your gym membership and eat a tub of ice cream on the couch.
Love notes, song lyrics, photos of the two of them together, but that wasn't all.
The worst was a pro/con list, written by her husband, on whether or not he should leave her.