I am almost 18 month out from surgery. I am 5' tall and before the surgery I weight 245 lbs. I am still 5' tall but am weighing in at 115 pounds. When I first decided to do the surgery it wasn't just because of the weight but because I also was diagnosed with diabetes, hypertension, and heartproblems run in my family. My husband was all for the surgery. He wasn't to interested in going to the meetings and reading up on it but getting me on the thin side and loosing some weight cause I was "fat" appealed to him. Now at this stage He tells me I look disgusting and like a hollocaust survivor and that I should put some meat back on my skinny bones. He is talking about divorce and I don't know what to do. I am now able to eat regular foods, I like the way my cloth fit me now and how people tell me that I look good and even a little younger. Hubby tries to tell me that they are lying and that I should listen to him. Anyone else had problems like this and what came of them. I have been married for 33 years.
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