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Me too, Feb 2012. He is awesome. I think of him like a grown up Doogie Howser. He is a bit geeky but very kind, and very smart. You can tell he was in the top of his class! He and his team changed my life. Couldn't recommend them more!
When it comes to New Year's resolutions, our family members and friends can get quite creative and even funny with what they resolve to do in the New Year. Here a few good ones I have heard along the way...Oh, and a few of my own!
1. I resolve to stop procrastinating about procrastinating!
2. I will stop sending Facebook messages and emails to my loved ones when they are in the same room as I am!
3. I will use my treadmill for something other than a place to hang my jacket.
4. I will not sit at the kitchen table in my PJ's all day. Instead, I will move my computer to my bedroom.
5. I vow to never take a laxative and a sleeping pill on the same night!
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I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and will have an even better New Year!!! May you be blessed with happiness and health in the new year. I may not be here often, but you are on my mind all the time.
Hugs and Love
Laurie AKA Sookie 77
Even though ObesityHelp members are around the world, at times like these with Superstorm Sandy, we are united and here for each other.
For our ObesityHelp members, families and friends that are in the disaster areas, our thoughts are with you. We’ve listed some helpful links below to provide information so we can support you.
If you live in an area not impacted by Sandy but still want to help, there’s information for you too. Make sure you are prepared for a natural disaster by checking out the information in the links below.
If you’d like the latest info from the Federal Emergency Management Association on Superstorm Sandy, clickHERE.
FOR DISASTER ASSISTANCE:
If you need to find an emergency shelter near you, text:
SHELTER and YOUR ZIP CODE to 43362
If you want to apply for assistance from your computer, click HERE.
If you want to apply for assistance from your mobile device, click HERE.
If you want to apply for assistance, call (800) 621-3362
DISASTER SURVIVOR RESOURCES:
General information from FEMA, click HERE.
Here’s how you and your loved ones can prepare for natural disasters, click HERE.
During times of disasters, the American Red Cross is always among the first at the scene. The American Red Cross exists to provide compassionate care to those in need.
TO HELP THE AMERICAN RED CROSS:
Click HERE to donate funds for survivors of Superstorm Sandy.
Donations help the Red Cross provide shelter, food, emotional support and other assistance to those affected by disasters throughout the country including Superstorm Sandy. To donate, people can visit www.redcross.org, call 1-800-RED-CROSS, or text the word REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation.
You can contact the “Join The Movement” of the American Red Cross to donate funds, donate blood, and read about other ways to help by clicking HERE.
With our support,
ObesityHelp Management and Staff
I had Dr. Gens at Portsmouth hospital. I started with Dartmouth Hitch**** because it was closer. Their program is no comparison to Portsmouth's. I drove extra miles for the extra support. I don't think many weight loss programs compare to Portsmouth bit I guess you have to decide by what YOU need. Good Luck!
I am only a week out of surgery and I had Dr Gens and thought he was great. I agree his bedside manner is fabulous and he is willing to sit and talk and really answer any questions or concerns. Also Portsmouth has a great all around program