The feature below resonated so much with me – for years I too chose clothes dictated by some ‘fashion-laws’ or rules – Moses in my case said ‘you shall not wear horizontal stripes if you’re fat and short’! Dare to be different whether you’re skinny, plus-sized, short, tall or something else … but first
I love surfing around forums and other websites relating to WLS and often find little snippets that have resonance and validity to them. Some also make me smile because they hit firmly on the head what it means to be a WLS patient post-op. Posts like this one ….
When was the last time you looked in the mirror and really appreciated yourself for what you saw? For many people who struggle with obesity, this may be an unfamiliar experience. Many people find the concept of loving their bodies difficult. After undergoing bariatric surgery you may find it difficult to embrace your
Clothes shopping, love it or loathe it, can be troublesome pre-op and post-op for all sorts of reasons, but I remember the mid-term time being the worst! What do you buy while losing weight after surgery? Do you splash out and treat yourself? Do you just keep wearing the old stuff but cinch it