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Hi! I posted this in the Gastric Bypass forum but I thought I should post it here as well. The surgery type isn't important.

I am a little more than 13 months post-op. Have lost 95 pounds but have stalled for a few months, and have had some bumpy roads getting here (serious double pneumonia for one). I would LOVE a buddy/partner (or buddies/partners - the more the merrier!) to help each other along the way - for support, common sense (i.e. "don't eat that Twinkie!"), all around motivation and friendship.

I'm 56, mom of 2 grown kids, a nana to 1. I'm fun and outgoing and a great friend! (I feel like I'm filling out an ad to get a date ☺️)

If anyone is interested - please let me know! Oh, I have about 50 pounds or so left to lose.

Someone around the Baltimore area would be AWESOME - but via text, Facetime, whatever is great too.


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Hi. :) I would love to also have an accountability partner also. Send me a message and we can exchange info :) ❤️❤️

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Me too! 67 with 50 lbs to go.

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Me too I want to lose 10 more pounds

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