When you had weight loss surgery your surgeon didn’t implant willpower, self-control, or an anti-resistance device. The only thing that changed is the way your stomach works.
Join Mary Clark, 7-year WLS patient, 17-year WLS educator and advocate, and life coach.
Mary says, “Stop trying to fit your life into your weight loss surgery journey – it’s the other way around! Weight loss surgery, is a part of your life.” Yes, Mary shines a light on the fundamental bariatric surgery guidelines, but emphasizes the essential components for making heart and mindset shifts so you can live your best with weight loss surgery.
So whether you had surgery 5 months or 5 years ago, or you’re just beginning to look into it, it’s never too early or too late for a Fresh Approach to health and happiness with weight loss surgery.
Life with weight loss surgery requires planning and making yourself a priority.
And I don’t mean…“Sure, I plan on exercising at some point,” or “If everything else gets done I might read for a while.”
I’m asking if you have specific things listed as priorities to take care of yourself today.
What are your boundaries around those priorities?
Have you practiced what you’ll do or say if your boundaries are challenged?
In today's Podcast I give you THREE examples of my boundaries being challenged, and how I STAYED STRONG and made myself a priority!
And YOU can do it too!