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Describe your behavioral and emotional battle with weight control before learning about bariatric surgery.
I had given up on dieting prior to hearing about bariatric surgery. Too many yo-yo's, down and way up, too many opinions about what is right, and what is wrong. Too many people making comments, too many people worrying about me... Too much physical pain. Walking up hills became a struggle. It seemed like a pain in the knee would be followed-up by a pain in the ankle or back. Too embarrased to eat out at restaurants because I knew that I couldn't fit in a booth. Too embarrased to eat in public because I could feel the glaring eyes wondering why I was eating that whole plate. Too ashamed to even go to church because who wants to wear a suit that is too tight and uncomfortable.
Latest Surgery Support Comments

  • Comment by Frvsnt O. 9/29/04 7:33 am
    Good MORNING fellow October BABY!!!! - and an early Happy ONE YEAR Re-birthday to you!!! I’ll be in sunny Las Vegas for a week so I wanted to send you early salutations! I found this quote and just love it! When running up a hill, it’s alright to give up as many times as you wish – as long as your feet keep moving. By - Shoma Morita M.D. I can only imagine that your experience has been wonderful. Full of changes and new experiences. Congratulations to YOU!!! If you have an opportunity and/or haven’t already, please stop by and update your profile! We’d all love to know how well you’ve progressed!!! If you have a few moments, please take the time to send well wishes to your fellow “re-birthday” buddies!!! It’s a great boost to them as well as yourself. I'd also like to invite you to participate in the October 2003 message board. We do have activity and enjoy hearing from our peers! Have a FANTASTIC DAY! RNY 10/31/03 down 121 pounds and at GOAL!!! -
  • Comment by Melissa S. 10/3/03 5:45 am
    My prayers will be with you as you go through the surgery and recovery. May your strength be restored; your recovery be swift and your tender heart be renewed.
  • Comment by Debbie B. 10/1/03 6:37 pm
    Rob - Best wishes for an uneventful surgery and a speedy recovery. May God hold you and your surgery team in his precious hands.
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Kelly Logan House 5k
March 3, 2007 5:20 pm

8th Kelly's Logan House 3.04 miler
Wilmington, Delaware 3-03-2007 9:30am 58 degrees and sunshine

381.  411   Robert Siers   WILMINGTON, DE  53 M  16    34:13 11:16

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