Mentally preparing yourself for weight loss surgery is something that is really necessary but is incredibly hard to do. How do you know what’s going to happen and how you are going to react? There’s absolutely no way to know beforehand. If you don’t do anything before surgery to try and ready yourself it’s going to be much harder after surgery, so in this regard doing something, anything is infinitely better than doing nothing. I came up with a perfect analogy the other day and I’d like to share it with you. Unfortunately, if you haven’t been lucky/crazy/blessed enough to have kids this isn’t going to be much help. Going through the weight loss surgery process is much like preparing yourself for the arrival of your first baby. You read and research as much as you possibly can beforehand, so many people give you advice and you get to a point where you really truly believe that you know exactly what’s coming.
- 1Mentally and psychologically preparing yourself for weight loss surgery is difficult but necessary.
- 2It is important to be honest with yourself and to consider your eating habits and triggers.
- 3Read on to learn how Melissa dealt with her own concerns before her gastric bypass surgery.
If you don’t do anything before surgery to try and ready yourself it’s going to be much harder after surgery, so in this regard doing something, anything is infinitely better than doing nothing.
Read the full article at: http://melissalosesit.co.nz/2017/02/21/mentally-preparing-yourself-for-weight-loss-surgery/
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