Question re: post-moodiness
It's probably from the hormone release that comes with weight loss. My best advice is to tell him, "hey, this is normal, I'm really, really, really sorry. It'll get better!"
VSG with Dr. Salameh on 3/13/2014
Diagnosed with Binge Eating Disorder and started Vyvanse on 7/22/2016
Plastics (LBL/arms) scheduled for 6/5/2017
Age 39 Height 5'4" HW 319 (1/3/2014) SW 293 (3/13/2014) CW 166 (2/19/2017)
Next Goal 159.5 - half the person I used to be | Total Weight Lost 153
Read about my journey at https://www.myvsg.net/ (currently down for maintenance) and check out my TrendWeight
on 9/14/14 7:42 am - Canada
Ugh! It's the worst and totally normal. You can hear yourself being totally *****y but don't even know it's coming until it's out. I have reached goal and am 9 months out and I swear it's getting worse not better. But then I did go on estrogen so maybe that's not helping???
Learn the words I'm sorry and learn to explain that why it's happening and ask his forgiveness. It's not your or his fault. Keep doing your best and maybe come up with a code word he can use to shut you up lol. I swear I feel the need to duct tape my mouth shut some days. I blurt out the strangest things.