What People Are Saying

“If your diet disaster of a boyfriend is the reason you’ve permanently switched to your period pants, this quirky read gives you advice on how to deal, and how to win the kitchen war.”
— Oxygen magazine, May 2009

“… a comprehensive survival guide for women whose relationships are wreaking havoc on their waistline.”
— dailySpark.com, February 2009

“Great Read: Not Your Average Diet Book”
— People magazine, January 2009

“Bergen dishes on staying slim while dating a dumpling. (Mainly by not eating dumplings.)”
— Entertainment Weekly, “The Must List: 10 Things We Love This Week,” January 2009

“Jenna Bergen’s cute-talking advice guide helps you keep the weight off and still keep your guy …”

— Glamour UK, Top Diet Books of 2009

“… THE diet advice to follow in 2009.”

— Grazia UK, January 2009

“… following the practical, and usually hilarious, advice … can help anyone realize … that ‘Love doesn’t have to mean love handles.’”
Women’s Health, January 2009

“We now know men make you fat, but at least now there’s something we can do about it.”
Fabulous Magazine, Hottest Weight-Loss Programmes for 2009

“It’s a fact: Your boyfriend’s eating habits can make you gain weight. Here’s how you can prevent relationship-related weight gain after moving in together.”
— FITNESS magazine, January 2009

“Run—it’s better exercise anyway—to pick up Your Big Fat Boyfriend.“
— Outblush.com

“ … a delightful but informative guide on how to stay thin (or get thinner) even if your guy is a pancake-eating, burger-chomping, sweat pant-loving couch potato!”

—DietsInReview.com