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I have to agree and the trouble is it can be anyone who does it. Now I am a lot thinner from my op people will give me some horrible descriptions of what I used to be size wise and they dont think that it still doesnt hurt to be reminded of what I did to my self, alsowhat they must have thoughht of me but not said at the time. As with a lot of other post op bariatrics there is always that amazment that I am now the size I am and having to believe it. So I am all for peeps being told about the attitude they have to larger people. With the thought always there that they dont know why that person is larger it could be medical reason or a protection against some form of abuse or a cry for some help.

I also thank Shaw somers almost everyday for giving me the tools to help myself and improve my life and get back to where I should have been all along 🙂

rgds

Jay

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