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    Watching Fat Surgeons last night, a question came up regarding the break up of Daves relationship. This got me thinking….. Has wls changed your relationship ? For the good, for the bad ?



    Hi Heidi

    Good question, I can honestly my marriage, of 31 years is better than ever, we’re talking, I have the confidence to voice my opinions and he’s listening to me, not that he didn’t before but it didn’t feel like he was, if that makes sense, oh and dont’ tell any one but the sex life is better as well, but that’s between you and me lol ……

    How about you Heidi ….

    Lots of love


    Hi Heidi,
    As WLS surgery changed my relationship, yep I guess it has. I have more confidence like Lesley to voice my opinions and I am not afraid to do so now, I am not the fat partner in the corner any longer and the fact that I have more energy and get and go has helped well me anyway lol. My partner (we are not married) is disabled so I am his full time carer and we live as brother and sister ( we have seperate bedrooms) in as much that there is no pyshical contact between us but how do I say this there is a special someone in my life that is definately benefitting from my weight loss and added confidence but that is just between us, wink, wink , nudge, nudge say nomore lol.

    Elaine x


    Hi Elaine

    You’re secret is safe with us.



    I have to say that I am a better nicer more positive person since my op this has been highlighted to me by my wife and work collegues so all good!




    I have been with my husband for 33 years and married for 30 of those in October. I can honestly say that it hasn’t really made any difference at all.

    My husband is the love of my life and I am lucky enough to be his. He loved me fat /slim/rich/poor/healthy/sick and always will. I guess I’m just one of the lucky ones. I’ve never been afraid to voice my opinions with anyone and I never hid myself away. I was only ever held back by my physical limitations. I still am to some extent (asthma, arthritis etc..) but at least I’m not dying of them now!

    So, I can’t tell you how much it delights me to hear that so many of you have found a new spark in your relationships and, by the same token, that some of you have found the courage and confidence to break free from ones that were’nt working.

    Doodah x

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