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Jen: My #1 concern was that I would resent men who suddenly paid attention to me because I was thin.
I remember thinking, “Well, I guess if I don’t receive any emails then I’m too overweight for anyone to be interested.” At the time I was only 65 pounds into my weight loss journey and still weighed 210 pounds… In hindsight, I made the mistake of giving too much power to men to judge me based on a profile and pictures when in fact I had just as much to evaluate about them as they did me. I was nervous that I would be rejected even though I had posted recent pictures of myself in my profile.
RELATED VIDEO: See Where 5 Stars Were Before They Were Famous “Looking around at all of my friends, every single one of us has gone through that.
We’re all normal, thriving, gorgeous, super-smart, dope-ass ladies, but we had to do it.
If I had skipped the mental work of anything about this process, not just dating, I wouldn’t be where I am today.
Getting to know yourself on a deeper level can be scary.
I just wanted to bump up against somebody, honestly,” says Sidibe.Your experiences will greatly help both prospective patients and those who have already had surgery…– Many prospective patients fail to consider how interactions with friends, family, partners and colleagues will change after surgery.– Patients who have already had surgery need to know that others are going through the same thing and how to handle it What changes did YOU notice after surgery with the following people…1) Your partner or spouse2) Family3) Dating4) People at work5) People you don’t know well (i.e.service people, waiters, random people on the street, etc.) Disclaimer: The information contained in this website is provided for general information purposes and your specific results may vary depending on a variety of circumstances.Could your spouse or partner become jealous now that others are noticing you more?One of the best places to give and receive relationship advice is from other bariatric surgery patients during regularly scheduled support group meetings.