Remember those early days after surgery when you weren't having thoughts like...
"I’ve gained 35 pounds and I feel like my tool isn’t working anymore! I’m stuck because I struggle with motivation! I'm just trying to get my head back in the game! I've regained 35 pounds and I'm fighting to get it back off!"
No, you weren't thinking those thoughts then - because those were the days of confidence, empowerment, control, excitement, and anticipation!
But NEVER FEAR!
Because we're going to take a step back in time and find your missing weight loss surgery MOJO!
We're not traipsing back in time so you can land yourself in a place where you’re just feeling nostalgic for the good old "early post-op" days - that wouldn't be helpful!
Instead, we're heading back to locate the feelings, emotions, and physical sensations of your MISSING MOJO!
AND...you get to sit back as I read "A Tale of Two Thanksgivings!" Yes, the stories of my first two Thanksgiving celebrations after surgery.
SO MUCH GOOD STUFF HERE!
Come on...it's time to go!
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My goal is to help you live your healthiest and happiest life with weight loss surgery by cultivating a peaceful, fresh approach to following the fundamental bariatric surgery guidelines. I’m a Life Coach and Weight Loss Surgery advocate. I’m not a medical or mental health care professional. Your participation in this podcast means you agree and understand that what I’m teaching is for informational purposes only and not a substitute for professional medical or mental health advice. Always speak to your doctor or other professional healthcare care provider before undertaking or making changes to any health program.