I have this AMAZING opportunity to share my story about my decision to have g.b.s and what my life has been like up to this point before I have the surgery. I have a list of concerns, the BIGGEST one is sharing my past w/ food and my depression, and having people see the REAL TRUE me. My mentor April thinks its a bad idea because she feels like its nobody business what I do with my body but to me its MORE its helping someone who battle with their weight or with depression. It will be done a woman group at church but of course, it will spread throughout the whole congregation of 5,000 members. So should I do it? On the other hand, wait to see how its goes after surgery? if u have a chance to tell your story would u?
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