There’s No “I” in “We”
There’s a phenomenon in couples where the two individuals become a “we” and support a united front. Unfortunately, this doesn’t go so well when one member of the couple doesn’t want to do whatever “we” thing that the other does. Be it adopting a puppy, going for more hikes, or like this couple, eating healthier.
The husband is beginning to worry about nutrition and the healthiness of their food, a fair concern. The wife, on the other hand, disagrees. She has absolutely no issues with her eating habits, and has no wish to eat healthier. Hopefully, they can find some kind of middle ground, like becoming flexitarian for one day a week or not eating as much red meat. We hope he realizes that he can’t decide someone’s dietary preferences for them, though.