Useful comments from Anonymous. Some aspects here are not quite clear. If you have lost a lot of weight without trying to do so, this could indicate a serious medical problem, and would beed to be checked out. If however, you were working on a sensible and healthy weight-reduction plan, having checked with your doctor, and have been losing weight according to plan, and not plunging below a healthy and usual weight for your height, then your husband may be disspointingly unsupportive.
You also don't mention why you decided to lose weight. If it was for health reasons, and your doctor has kept an eye on the project, and you;ve lost only to the degree with would enhance your health, that's fine, and you need to chat with your husband to help him realize your motivations and medical approaval, even if maybe he's lost some of his favourite curves ! If it was to become more attractive, maybe he's telling you you've gone too far and reduced your attractiveness, to him at any rate. again, discussion is needed, and a reconsideration of your motives and results. Presumably, you didn't intend to make yourself less desirable to him ?
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