I never did any counseling or psychiatric work before my surgery. Due to that, I transferred addictions in ways I can't begin to explain. I thought if I were thin, everything would be better. It got worse, much worse. So now that I am out of addictions, I think it would help to go to support groups for the surgery. Late, yes, but I think it would help. How do you find a support groups in your area if your surgeon is 2000 miles from you?
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