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Subject: Re: Where do you hide stuff from your spouse? Date: 2/13/2007 2:22 PM
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I feel that things shouldn't be hidden and that DH should know better than to finish a pack of candy at one shot. DH says that if I don't want him to eat it, then why don't I hide it?
I point out that he is a grown up and should have some amount of self control.
He asks me why I bought it in the first place??
I say its for my occasional cravings, and perhaps for his occasional cravings too, if he can exercise some control till those cravings hit.
He says that unlike me, he does not "suffer" from cravings.
Then don't eat it!!
Then hide it!!

And we are back to square one!!

Whats wrong with me?? Why can't I hide stuff?? I need help!!!
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