Weight Loss Surgery FAQs

By |September 19, 2021|Categories: Bariatric Surgery, FAQ, General|

WEIGHT LOSS SURGERY FAQ’s Medical tourism means having procedures or getting your medical care in another country. There are rarely any pre and post-op care programs for these patients. I have been in healthcare for over 20 years and I’m currently a nurse practitioner working in an emergency room. I see post bariatric surgical patients in the emergency room who are struggling with mostly normal [...]


By |September 19, 2021|Categories: Bariatric Surgery, FAQ, General|

We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions based on our personal experience as well as research from Princeton Health, the University of North Carolina Health, and the National Institute of Health. What are the major types of [...]

Radical Acceptance

By |September 2, 2021|Categories: Bariatric Surgery, Emotions|

Radical Acceptance Radical acceptance is a little bit like forgiveness, but it's a little bit different. Radical acceptance means that it is what it is. The things that you cannot change are just going to be that way. My [...]

Self Talk and Discipline

By |August 29, 2021|Categories: Bariatric Surgery, Emotions|

Weight loss is so hard to maintain In this article I want to address ONE factor that affects everything we do! Self-talk related to self-discipline. Self-Talk Everyone talks to themselves, and this dialoged is internal. We have a dialogue [...]

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