I absolutely hate the word 'fat.'
Look, I've had weight issues almost my entire life, but as an adult female who works in media, it's HARD.
But according to a recent study, being in a good relationship makes you gain weight?
According to Bolde, science actually proves it. A university in Australia did a study of over 15,000 people, and on average, those in a relationship weighed about 12.8 more pounds than their single counterparts.
Granted, this isn't all across the board, but they swear is makes sense. But honestly, who cares? If you're happy, you're happy.
I'm just curious on what y'all think!