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I am in the greater Seattle area and my 5 year relationship ended 2 weeks before my sleeve (im only 1 week out) im pretty sure the idea of my surgery was part of what ended our relationshio but i cant live with aomwone who wont support my needs right???!!!



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Is that even a question? You health is too important and if your partner is not supportive then it is a good thing it ended. You focus on you. This journey is fun but has it's challenges. There will be people who leave and people you leave because you at becoming healthier and stronger in all aspects of your life. Not just losing weight.

How are you doing post surgery?

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Nope, it really isnt. :) just me confirmimg to myself that i did the right thing. Im doing really well post surgery, had my first post op appt. yesterday and everything went well. A little pain in one incision but thats my own fault, I over did it my first day of feeling good. Lol, i dont sit still well. Im really looking forward to this journey and deeing what life has in store for for me. How long has it been for you?



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