So, my wife is on Weight Watchers again. This has been about the sixth time she's attempted to do this, to usually negative results. She lost about 35 pounds for our wedding in '07, but swiftly gained it all back. I support her in her weight loss "adventures". It pains me to, not only because I miss her curves and softness when she does, but because after about two weeks or so, I can see that she isn't enjoying it, that it's only slightly above torture for her. Frankly, I don't see the point in her dieting when she loves food, hates dieting, and every single time, has been extremely unhappy while doing it. She says she loves being a fat girl, which is another reason why I don't get this obsession with dieting. I would love to expose her to this community (which, though this is the first time I've posted in, have been lurking in for a good long time), but I think she would probably balk at the thought of it. She knows I'm a FA, but I doubt she has any idea of what a FA or a BBW is, or the fact that there even is a community like Dimensions out there. I think that seeing other plus-sized women that are proud of their curves and not trying to hide them or diet them off would be a big help to her self-image, but I'm not at all sure that she's in a place right now that she could be open-minded enough to make that kind of a change in her thought process. Bottom line, I want my wife to be happy, be it at 170, 210, or whatever. And I know there's no magic word I can say to solve her self-image issues, but if anyone has any ideas on anything I can say, or if any of you guys that have exposed your wifes/significant others to Dimensions while fearing the repercussions that might bring that could give me any pointers, I would be appreciative.