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Lauren
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I think it’s more important to try to understand why you are gaining. rather than just ‘fix’ it again or it will just keep happening with some people.

I had three years of therapy before my bypass and it was the second best thing I have ever done for myself after wls. I learned why I got to 26st in the first place and understood how to avoid ever getting there again. I changed ME – the way I think, feel and react to things. I allowed ME to put myself first just for once. I know it’s the reason I have never had any permanent regain (I’m menopausal so can fluctuate by 4-7 lbs in a month!!)

I asked for psychological help via my GP and got it. I had to wait but it was worth it. Maybe this is something you might want to consider? I’m not saying you should do it – I would never dream of telling anyone what they should do i’m merely saying what worked for me.

Would love to hear how you are getting on 😉

Doodah x

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