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Changes to relationships after weight loss surgery often go overlooked by people considering bariatric surgery or other aggressive weight loss plans, and those changes can be both positive and negative depending on the situation.
On the positive side, you look better and you feel better. On the negative side, weight loss patients are keenly aware of overweight discrimination against others, which can lead them to wonder…
People you don’t know may start to treat you with more respect. would this person be treating me the same way if I hadn’t lost all of this weight?
As I put myself out there more and more, I have made the following observations (all based upon my OWN experience, yours may be different).
A 19-year-old who told investigators he's dating an 11-year-old girl who lives in his trailer park is now facing a felony charge.
Could that promote awkwardness from overweight friends or family members?