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I am also wondering how to deal with xmas,especially as were living seperately but both still in marital home.I've so far got around the seperate meals issue by making lots of salad suppers for myself.I do need to lose weight as am "obese" at present, such an ugly word but true.I dont fancy salad for xmas dinner though!!My problem is I feel guilty preparing cooked meals and then he sits there eating soup or something.I know he's playing being a martyr but it's still so awkward.So any suggestions anybody on how to sort xmas dinner out,do I go out, although costs a fortune around here at xmas,cook myself a dinner or forget it and eat anything going.Also do I put up xmas decs or not?It would be so much easier to forget xmas this year and do nothing special but if the grand kids visit it would seem very bare here.So I have a deleamor.suggestions please.
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