It is not just a weight thing. If the person was honest about there weight it might be a little different, but as I see it, if someone is going to lie about their weight, what else are they telling lies about ?
It's true. If a person will lie about their age or weight or other things, they might lie about bigger things.
I was smiling while reading this, thinking that someone could do the opposite, tell that they are overweight, so that when you meet them you get a pleasant surprise.
When you get to be into the forties, you do have to consider whether a potential life mate is healthy. Will you lose them too early? That kind of thought does cross my mind: mortality. I am with Andy, so this is not an issue.He is slender and fit and healthy. He does smoke though. He had cut it down to half a pack a day. He's younger than me, not older. I hope he can quit before too long.
For me, I am much more healthy since I left the WTBTS. I have found that stress will make you get all kinds of illnesses, including weight gain. I was much less healthy when I was a younger woman. I've learned, this past year, that I need to keep my life as stressfree as possible. I allowed the stress to build up too much and I ended up getting strepthroat. That is something you generally don't get unless you are overextended and stressed.