I had GBS 12/31/07, lost about 150lbs and could not be happier. Here's my question, what do you tell people who have not seen you in a long time, do you tell them you had surgery? I have been with the same company for over 20 years, and know many many people (its a very large company, many locations). The other day I ran into a co-worker who hasnt seen me since surgery, he was very flirty with me and talked to me in a way he never talked before, after a while (lord knows my voice is very distinct) he started to realize it was me. He was trying to find a way to compliment me without being too forward and i could tell he wanted to know what i did but he didnt ask. He is so darn cute and never treated me like that before, he was and is always polite but this was different, he was flirty, it was weird, cool and very flattering. I ran into him again a few days later and he continued to flirt with me, totally knowing who i was and having fun with me. My question does he need to know how i transformed myself, do i have to tell him and likes? Just curious on how the rest of you deal with this. Thanks
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