LadyFLrebotTX

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About LadyFLrebotTX

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  • Gender
    Female

Information

  • Height (ft-in)
    5-06
  • Start Weight
    270
  • Current Weight
    193
  • Goal Weight
    157
  • Body Mass Index (BMI)
    31
  • Surgery Date
    08-01-14
  • Surgery Type
    Vertical Sleeve
  1. I am in love with the burn. I just know my life is better with excise. When I cannot workout my body/mind let us just say "I feel like crap." I travel for my job too! Now, I look for hotels with the best gyms verses the best bars!
  2. I had a blast. Yes, I was in pain that night. Lol However, for these last (40) pounds I need to lose excise is required. My body has set this weight. I am still overweight. I refuse to grow older fat. I have to "keep on moving." Thanks you all! I will keep posting!
  3. Taking control of my weight-loss includes exercise. I love the gym and weight lifting. I stoped for several months due to a lot of issues. I am back. It feels great to have hope. I will get on the scale every two weeks!
  4. The last three years I have learned so much about my life with food. My journey with my sleeve continues to be challenging. I am use to helping other people solve their problems and find balance. I never got help/healing for my own issues until recently. Being overweight is a symptom of a deeper issue. I have naturally built layers of protection. I was abused as a young child. What is helping me to start back to working on me? The love of my husband who told me "It was not your fault." Living with guilt can be killer. This sleeve is a tool. I am relearning how to use mine. .
  5. I wrote this a few days ago. I thought it was posted. Things are better as of Friday. Life will never be the same! The stores around my house are closed. We still have power and water. My family is locked in the house due to the car died. It is still raining tonight. When this is over we will find a new normal. This really sucks! Oh, my husband just got out of the hospital on Saturday. This is indeed some crazy stuff. I have only lived here 18 months. My life has changed forever. At least my sleeve is safe. Stay safe Smashlee83.
  6. The stores around my house are closed. We still have power and water. My family is locked in the house due to the car died. It is still raining tonight. When this is over we will find a new normal. This really sucks! Oh, my husband just got out of the hospital on Saturday. This is indeed some crazy stuff. I have only lived here 18 months. My life has changed forever. At least my sleeve is safe. Stay safe Smashlee83.
  7. For me this is new. Days of heavy rain and wind. I live just outside of Houston near Galveston. I have never been in a storm with so many Tornados attached. Tonight, at times it is like someone is pouring buckets of water on my roof. However, we are inside and dry. Thank you God.
  8. I been on/off this site since my pre-op 1-14 sleeved 8/14. Like others, I have returned due to needing support around lossing more weight. Losing 36 pounds will lower my risk of chronic diseases and give me a normal BMI. In my normal life, nobody understands or support my weight loss effort but my primary doctor.
  9. We are all "works in progress" never give up.
  10. Thanks you all! I did WLS to increase my chances of having a longer healthier life. I just want to lose 37 more pounds and maintain it (give or take 5 pounds). Which will be a great thing for my physical and mental health. I am glad that to be able to an spend more time working on my health.
  11. I been off this site for a while. Life moves forward "fat or less fat." I was sleeved 8/1/14. My weight loss goals have changed. I will start over as many times as needed until I get to my goals. In my every day life, nobody wants me to lose any more weight but my doctor. Which has made it easy for me to become complacent. I often get told "you just want to be to skinny" or "bones are for dogs." I am back because, I need some support. I am also back to give support. Thanks!