Do you think that a spouse should stay fit for their significant other? Explain.
Yes and no. Yes because, let's face it, physical attraction is one of the first things that brings couples together. If you let yourself go, what does that say? "well, I have you now, so I guess I can get fat"? I think its a respect thing, in a way. I say no as well because staying fit should be more about yourself, and being healthy for your own benefit.
Strictly speaking I'd have to say no. BUT I do think it is important to stay fit for yourself: your own healthy and happiness. Doing it for yourself might also mean doing it so you feel good for your spouse.
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