Did you ever think you would finally be on the road to a new, healthier you? The moment that you received notice that your surgery was approved. Your finally going to be smaller. Your hopes and prayers have been answered.
Yes, of course your thrilled, but think about how your spouse, boyfriend, girlfriend or partner may feel? The power your about to have can damage their heart if you don’t play it smart. Over confidence can bury a relationship if taken out of terms. For example:
Rise in confidence – Losing weight is or can be empowering hence the rise in self esteem. Sometimes that can be intimidating for your boy/girlfriend or spouse to understand. Please don’t allow yourself to become lost in the world of “its all about me” meaning be kind, patient, verbal, strong and have the willingness to listen to their questions, comments, and concerns. Remember, they loved you before and they should love you after, as long as your ego doesn’t get bigger than your love for them.
Feeling more confidence – Feeling more worthy – Hitting your goal size.
Going Out to Eat? – Big change for you and your love. Try ordering off the appetizers menu because portion control is key. Realizing that every aspect of your eating is key to changing your thought process towards thinking healthy and making everything you put in your mouth making it count. This also helps your partner/spouse make better choices through your positivity and actions. No cravings, compulsions, obsessions for food. Life is not all about food enjoy your company, spouse, honey. Move forward from old habits to a new, exciting and amazing you.