One of the best places to give and receive relationship advice is from other bariatric surgery patients during regularly scheduled support group meetings.
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.
This book was very realistic and user-friendly for a pre-op WLS patient looking for a more personalized information set than you’d find on a hospital website.
However, for me personally as a 2 year post-op, it was a little simplistic.
“Losing weight isn’t easy, but then nothing worth doing every is.
Most described a culture seemingly incompatible with a service such as Whos Here.
In their view, older generations are mostly unaware of such apps and disapprove of dating itself.“Earlier, even Facebook was taboo,” wrote a 20-year-old Jeddah resident.
Being caught alone with a man who isn’t kin can put a woman in some serious hot water.
Her reputation and marriage prospects could be out the window.
I was asked to review a copy of one of the latest books about bariatric surgery, Weight Loss Surgery: The Real Skinny.