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Man learns through experience, and the spiritual path is full of different kinds of experiences. He will encounter many difficulties and obstacles, and they are the very experiences he needs to encourage and complete the cleansing process.
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I do have to say, this quote is true....
Today I was planning to tell my closest family (besides husband and children) about my upcoming surgery.
It feels nervous, beceause I feel fragile at this time. I donīt know if my skin is thick enough to take any reactions thatīs not possitive.
But maybe itīs all in my imagination, they may not at all be worried or upset.
Itīs just that this is on my mind continously. Itīs really a process.
I know Iīve made the right decision but Iīm still scared.
It's been a year since I decided to have a revision surgery and get rid of the band and convert to the sleeve! Absolutely NO regrets.
I started my journey with the band at 250lbs, I started my sleeve journey at 215 lbs, today I am at 158 lbs. Although I'm not at goal of 150 lbs, I know I will reach it, not worried at all any longer. I have reached my doctors goal of 165. So he is extremely happy and said I am a success. I think I'm a success once I reach a healthy BMI of 25,
Does anyone out there know if there is a correlation between bariatric surgery and mental illness? Can surgery bring out an underlying condition?
I haven't posted since my surgery, to be honest I have been very tired. I'm now 5 days post-op and starting to feel like my old self, minus the energy level that I used to have. So here's the skinny....I was miserable the night of surgery, second guessed my choice and cried a lot, I was in so much pain..I wanted a do over...lol...my nurse said that there was a light at the end of the tunnel, I was sure that it was a train. The next day I had to have a KUB(swallow test) since I was a conversion.
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