Just because he is making comments about your weight doesn't mean he's cheating on you. Obviously he's not too discreet about telling you what he thinks about your weight and isn't considering your feelings. If he fears you are getting too heavy for your health then he could have said it in a kinder manner, but because he is constantly at you this guy goes for appearances. It could be an early warning of cheating. 7 years is too long to be engaged and some men are turned off of over-weight women while other men can be turned on by them. The thing that makes me laugh the most is the people that condemn other people for either being too thin or fat, etc., are the ones that should be taking a good hard look at themselves in the mirror! No one has the right to keep making constant comments about their partner's weight. If he really cared he could say he'd help you and the two of you could start jogging together, biking or working out at a gym. The fact he's hurting you is a red flag that this guy needs a good swift kick in the butt! Whether women are slim, too thin, fat or heavy-set they should make an effort to eat smart, do some type of exercising (even just fast walking with a friend) and keeping their appearances up within reason. Too many women out there seem to be letting themselves go. No one has to be a #10, but if we, as women don't strive to be the best we can be with what we have then we are letting ourselves down and no one else. You need to have some quiet time to reflect on who you used to be. Many people can lose or gain weight if they are really unhappy. I would say being engaged for 7 years is enough to make any young woman unhappy and I'm sure there are other problems in your relationship and it's bothering you. If you feel you are over-weight, then go to Weight Watcher's where you will learn to eat healthy while staying happy on what you eat, drink 8 glasses of water a day (flushes out toxins and fats in the body) and exercise (fast walking, swimming or biking is good.) DO IT FOR YOURSELF! You'll probably find once you start doing this your fiance may not look too good to you! This is a time to tell him to "poop or get off the pot re marriage!" Be independent and NEVER let anyone control your life!
weight is not constant because it is dependent to the gravitational pull on the referrence...?
Mass is constant. Weight varies with gravitational force.
In a strict sense, weight is NOT a constant. Mass is, but weight varies a little bit depending on where it is.
Yes a constant weight would be important to maintain or gain muscle mass. Constant weight fluctuations are not a good thing, a pound wont matter
The gravity on Earth is constant.
Weight = Mass x (Local Gravitational Constant)/(Standard Gravitational COnstant)
Weight in a constant gravitational field is also constant, regardless of any surroundings. The weight will be two newtons underwater as well.
Weight would not exist w/o gravity. Weight is defined as mass times the force of gravity acting on that weight. Mass is constant, density is constant, and volume is constant, if gravity is the only variable.
i just learned about that and i think it is weight.
The weight distribution is constant because fluids transmit pressure evenly.
The weight of a person is not constant at all places on the Earth. The weight becomes zero at the center of the earth or far away from the Earth.
Yes, weight changes will the mass remains constant because weight is affected by the gravitational pull.
No. they are not
weight=mass*gravitational constant Therefore, one's weight on the Moon would be different than on Earth, but his mass on both the Moon and the Earth would be the same.
Yes but by cheating.
Yes. For most purposes, weight is a constant multiple of mass.
weight = mass * g , where g is the gravity constant = 9.8 .so weight can be determined.
You Tell ME!
You have to make PERMANENT lifestyle changes to your diet and exercise habits. Hopefully, your fiance will join you - especially if he wants to lose weight, too!
umm this is for mymaths so stop cheating :P
Assuming gravity stays constant, weight will also increase.
Weight depends on the strength of gravity. Mass is constant.
the period of vibrating swing neither increase nor decrease by addition of more weight . it remains constant because it does not depends upon weight.