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Dear Obesity—You will Never Control Me Again

Dear Obesity: I first met you in my early twenties, after becoming a young mom married to a alcoholic, and that my dear friend is when you showed up in my life. You were a friend I had hoped I would never meet, or have to deal with for almost […]

From Being Over 300 Pounds and Invisible, To Being Visible

One of the best parts I thought of being overweight was people not wanting to be near you, not being drawn to your personality, or your looks. When out in public I could of been invisible it was like I was wearing a invisible cloak where no one could see me. The truth was people […]

What Losing Weight Taught Me About How To Treat Obese People

Once I started to deal with the reality that I no longer was that once obese woman I use to be, and my mind started to catch up to the image staring back at me in the mirror, I started to really notice and see how people in today’s society treat the obese. Sometimes the […]

Ways to Learn To Love Your Body Again

My body went from obese and full of fat rolls to alot less fat and now I deal with loose and hanging skin. So the question becomes how do you go from hating your body to learning to love your new body. The honest answer is it is not easy. Hating your body is very […]

Popular Apps Great For Weight Loss Surgery Patients-Baritastic App

So with technology being such a prevalent part of our lifestyles it is nice to know there are great apps out there just for us weight loss patients. We all have our smart phones on us and if we can use some great apps to help us along the way I think it just makes […]

Learning to LOVE yourself again

Can you remember the last time you looked into the mirror and really appreciated yourself for what you saw looking back at you? For many people whom struggle with weight and obesity this is a unfamiliar and hard thing to deal with. Too often we look into the mirror and hate the image staring back […]

Love, Happiness, Laziness and My Truth

So for the last few months I have been living in a sea of denial and love. Don’t get me wrong I love being in a relationship but along with with my new found love, comes the hardest truth I feared has come true. From the beginning I had been aware that when people first […]

Fat & Naked & Unashamed Project by Time Magazine

For so long I was one of those people who was so ashamed of my body and where I went with my weight gain that I would never feel comfortable ever showing any part of my body. To the point that when I was married I would go to bed ALWAYS with a Tshirt and […]

Sex after Gastric Bypass

Don’t worry this is not a graphic detail of my sex life, but one of the things that I see so often on Facebook groups and talking to other weight loss patients is does your sex drive change after weight loss surgery. The short answer to this question is YES absolutely and for good reason, […]

Spitting Nails or Throwing My TV Out The Window Part 2

So as stated in my last blog post I was watching a recent update on the second year after surgery on Penny, and I have to secretly admit I was praying Penny had changed and I would be crying tears of joy at her progress. Sadly that is not the case, it starts out with […]


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