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Author Topic: Ever feel like your partner/spouse sabotages your weight loss efforts? -Win $100  (Read 1152 times)

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I took this survey and thought I'd share it with you.  The grad student, Amanda, is trying to get her doctorate.  She'll be the first in her family with an advanced degree.  If you feel your weight loss is undermined by your partner/spouse, then consider taking this survey.  She's donating to charity for every completed survey and you can enter a drawing for $100.  I learned about it from a medical doctor's blog:  http://www.weightymatters.ca/2012/01/help-with-research-plea-spousal.html

1) Are you at least 18 years of age?
2) Have you been participating in a weight loss program for the past consecutive 5 weeks?
3) Have you been in a committed, cohabitating relationship for the past two years?
4) Do you ever feel like your partner/spouse gets in the way of your weight loss?

If so, you're invited to participate in an anonymous, online survey:

Please spread this far and wide.  Tweet, FB share, Google + - whatever floats your boat.  Honestly, how cool is it that social media's going to play a real role in completing this PhD? 

[This survey should take approximately 30-45 minutes to complete. Responses cannot be traced back to participants. Any question may be left unanswered. Participation is voluntary and may be withdrawn at any time. Upon survey completion, you will be provided with an email address and subject line to enter a drawing for 1 of 10 gift cards (one $100 card and nine $25 cards). Each participant who completes the survey may also select to have $1 donated by the researcher to the participant’s choice of 1 of these 5 charities: Playworks, The Carter Center, Teach for America, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, or MAP International.]

http://surveys.clarku.edu/Survey.aspx?s=aab073a40aa64a55a2ad7a0f72c7ea0a



 

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