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Lovebirds encounter a serious red light – The Denver Post

Dear Amy: My husband and I were dwarf parrots in college. We had so much in common!

Unfortunately, an autoimmune disease hit him when he was in good shape and he lost most of the sensation in his body.

At the age of 37, he worked on an unusual paleo diet and did a lot of internet research. He is now stronger and healthier than before the disease struck.

Now he makes his own kale chips, toothpaste and deodorant.

Honestly, I feel like I can not keep up.

He thinks I’m not thin enough while my doctor compliments my physique.

To avoid shaming, I store snacks and eat forbidden foods like oatmeal in the basement.

I thought it was supportive and sweet to help him pay for and put a sauna in the red light in the basement, and now I’m pressured to sit in it and absorb a health treatment I know nothing about.

I admit, I have not seen the same YouTube videos that he has.

Had I met my husband now, with all the health issues, I would not have continued the relationship because of these big differences between us.

When I expressed my feelings about this obsession, he threw “eBay shopping” back in my face.

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