All of your comments are so helpful even to me. I did not want Christians to know that I had the WLS so I have not told alot of people. I felt that they would judge me. God is so good. Since the surgery I have been through so much. My husband left me, paying all of the bills, bad job, disrespectful children, and feel ill. But through it all I learned to trust God and know that he has a pland for my life. I am still learning. One of the greatest things that I learned is that we as Christians need each other but we have to pick and choose the right people. So many times I have talked to the wrong people who have not directed me to the word of God but to what they thought and it has gotten me in trouble. I am very picky now with whom I share what it. I have not been on this page in a while but I know I need the support and I thank God for each of you. Please continue to pray for me as I do the same for you.
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