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Hi I had my surgery September 26, 2017 and am still doing good. Not sure what I'm looking for but figured everyone here would understand better. [emoji1] and it's a chance to talk to more people who are experiencing the same things as me where it goes from there.....who knows.

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I just had my sleeve done Monday and I decided even before the sleeve that I was putting off dating until I was where I wanted to be.

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I just had my sleeve done Monday and I decided even before the sleeve that I was putting off dating until I was where I wanted to be.
That's a great idea. You will be happier when you are happy with yourself. I'm only 20 lbs away from my personal goal weight. I've already reached my doctor's weight just have to focus on toning, which to me is very difficult.

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On 6/20/2019 at 8:24 PM, XxBlueEyesxX said:

That's a great idea. You will be happier when you are happy with yourself. I'm only 20 lbs away from my personal goal weight. I've already reached my doctor's weight just have to focus on toning, which to me is very difficult.

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me to i have reached goal still need to tone not doing very good on this its been a big struggle for me

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me to i have reached goal still need to tone not doing very good on this its been a big struggle for me
Ya it is a struggle for me since I'm not experienced in working out not sure what exercises to do to tone.

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I THINK I NEED TO FIND SOMEONE TO WORK OUT WITH WHO IS ON THIS JOURNEY NOT SOME PERSONNEL TRAINER I TRIED SHE WAS CRAZY LOL DOING YOGA NOW THAT IS FUN NO ONE MY AGE THOUGH

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