I am upset. I have only talked to my best friend 4 times since I had gastric bypass in January. She didn't even call me after surgery to see if I had made it through (plenty of other people did though). She is a bigger girl also, and was excited for me up to the surgery date. It justs seems like since I have been dropping the weight she has dropped off the face of the earth. It is sad that people in some way are jealous of our successes and draw away from us. I would love it now if I could teach her what I have learned about healthy dieting and exercise. I would love it more if we could go on long walks together. My fiance has lost weight too since I had surgery and I know I could help her in some ways too. But she is gone....And it hurts...and it is really sad...
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