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Jealousy – the green eyed monster after weight loss surgery.

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    Lauren
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    Obese woman who binged on carbs and sugary snacks lost an incredible 150lbs | Daily Mail Online

    What do you think?

    I think the most interesting comments in this article are:

    “However, the weight began to creep back up which was when Christine realised she had to address her emotional health too.
    She said: ‘I started gaining the weight back, like many weight loss surgery patients do.
    ‘The weight loss surgery is only a tool. I had a wake-up call when I realised I was going to be a weight-loss surgery failure.
    ‘Not even this extreme measure could save me. There was a moment in time where I realised I have to change.'”

    and

    “‘As the pounds came off, I slowly but surely uncovered the confident, dedicated, hardworking woman that was there all along but that was too shy and afraid to be exposed.”

    The second quote really resonates with me. I felt like the ‘real’ me was being released from the prison of fat in which I found myself.

    Doodah x

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