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  1. I'm sorry, I should have mentioned that I am indeed going to talk to him about it, now that I know that my gut reaction is valid. Thank you again for the outside perspectives - I was having a really hard time sorting out whether my perspective was justified.
  2. Thank you everyone for your replies - you have absolutely no idea how helpful this is. To be honest, I haven't brought it up with my husband again, mainly because I was so confused on whether I was in the wrong, or was making a mountain out of a molehill, or was unnecessarily stirring up drama. (I really do hate drama and this whole thing started to feel so high school and gross, and I wanted to escape it as much as possible.) Our marriage is otherwise fairly good, although I've dropped a few longstanding doormat tendencies recently, (seemed to correspond with the weight loss), and have tried
  3. I had a falling out with my best friend of about 15 years. Very long story short, she had become judgmental and gossipy over the years, and I took the total coward’s route by not saying anything about it. Things came to a head when she told people I was bulimic - (I’m not, and I’m actually really proud of how hard I’ve worked to lose weight… or at least, I was.) And I finally wrote her a long email about why I had become distant, which mentioned the aforementioned gossip, negativity, and bulimia rumor. I thought it was a gentle and fair letter, and I even had my husband read it before I hit se
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