Nov 10, 2017
I have a surgury date set in January 2018. It is fast approaching. I have been overweight basically my entire life. Dealing with my mental disorders has been a big obstacle in my life. I believe that this, or a major part, is the reason for my failure to maintain a healthy weight. I've been going to appointments with my surgeon since last June. I am only 22 years old, and I am starting to realize the severity of this procedure. I chose to get the sleeve but Im having a hard time wrapping my head around what this will mean years later. I dont what to regret this decision. Ive always had trouble with sticking to a fitness plan or healthy eating plan.
Other than that, Im thinking I should push the surgury date to the summer because of the recovery time, the start of the spring semester and time to try non surgicle methods before I commit. Ill admit it, I am SCARED! I know what will happen physically to my body but Im unsure how my mind will cope.
This is one of my struggles
Nov 07, 2017
first post and gonna see how it goes.
I am a design major student. I commute to school (about 12 min not during rush hour) but I share a studio with 16 other students. I have access to this room 24/7. I end up spending a ton of time at my computer (which has to stay at my desk). I have access to a mini fridge, tiny microwave and my keurig. I've had a hard time eating healthy. I end up eating a lot of cereal and easy mac. This is due to my laziness and lack of knowledge of easy yet healthy food.
this has been one of my struggles.