The issue here is that exercise was never a part of her daily habits. I'd known numerous women over the years, who'd kept saying that someday, they'd hit the gym. When a person is committed to exercise, she can't help but do it.fschmidt wrote:Religion sets boundaries, but there are options within those boundaries. This woman has more problems than just having had kids and her age. She is grossly out of shape. If I were her husband, I would refuse to have sex with her and I would give her a deadline of when get in shape and let her know that if she fails, from that day forward I would see prostitutes regularly. In a reasonable relationship, both people should put some effort into being attractive for the other person.drealm wrote:It's not an excuse, it's a fact. She use to be thinner when she was younger and now she's gained weight. The only thing that's changed is she's had children and is now 51 years old. The only thing that morally obliges anyone to do anything is religion.Cornfed wrote:That's no excuse. Being the wife of a movie star morally obliges her to pull out all the stops to look less hideous.drealm wrote:Yes. Having two children and being 51 years old contributes to weight gain.
For instance, one day, my GF and I were on a road trip where our destination motel had no workout facilities. Since Mel was accustomed to some daily workout, she'd cranked out 50 situps, 50 squats, and 20 dive bomber pushups, before we took off for the day. She needed no prompting, as she can't let a day pass, w/o at least some workout in it. If Brosnan's wife had that quality, there's no chance in hell that she'd end up like a Good Year blimp.