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25 02, 2013

Its not Masturbation its exploratory

By |2013-02-25T04:35:35+00:00February 25th, 2013|My Story|2 Comments

Yes, yes, I am touching myself. Seriously, it sounds horrible, it really does, of course I worded it that way intentionally to get a laugh out of you, but the truth is, it is NOT that far off. If you are the type of person that is going to have an issue with the fact that I am opening discussing my private parts, masturbation and body image I highly suggest you stop reading this particular [...]

28 01, 2013

One of the Darkest Days of my Weight Loss Journey

By |2013-01-28T16:29:34+00:00January 28th, 2013|My Story|0 Comments

I'm pretty sure I'm having a semi nervous break down or something equivalent to it in my weight loss journey. I'm sitting here trying to re-gather myself, panting for breath and sniffling uncontrollably with the hiccups after throwing myself on the bed and crying and sobbing in a way I can only recall doing the morning my father died and the first time a boy broke my heart. Let me rewind for you a second [...]

28 12, 2012

Moments We Will Remember Forever In Our Weight Loss Journey

By |2012-12-28T10:21:47+00:00December 28th, 2012|My Story|5 Comments

There are days in our lives that we will never forget. Moments and memories forever etched into our minds that have written part of who we are with their mere existence. I want you to think for a moment of a scene from your favorite book, for me it's always that moment in Great Expectations where Pip is standing in the graveyard at the end of the story and he realizes that his life has [...]

27 12, 2012

My Third Christmas Post Weight Loss Surgery

By |2012-12-27T03:30:39+00:00December 27th, 2012|My Story, Product Reviews|0 Comments

I feel like I have so many things to do and catch up on, especially in the online world, that I am starting to panic that I'm "playing" too much. It's nearly 10pm on December 26th, the day after Christmas when life begins to return to "normal" and the end of the Holiday season approaches. I had a couple really rough days leading up to Christmas. Murphy's Law got me again and I was lucky [...]

15 12, 2012

Featured in the Dec Walk from Obesity E-Newsletter

By |2012-12-15T07:34:03+00:00December 15th, 2012|My Story|1 Comment

So for those that don't realize it, life was a little busy for me for a bit. I left Oregon for Dallas, TX on October 24th, in order to attend the 2012 Inaugural Your Weight Matters Convention. I left Dallas on the 30th, the day after we did the Walk From Obesity and headed to San Francisco CA, where I spent some time visiting friends, saw my niece Abby brought into the world and got [...]

7 12, 2012

Insurance Covered my Reconstructive Plastic Surgery

By |2012-12-07T07:44:23+00:00December 7th, 2012|My Story|3 Comments

Alright, I know this is the topic that everyone has been waiting for me to discuss. How I got my insurance to cover my plastic surgeries. Let me first say that I have largely waited to talk about this very publicly until after the surgeries were done and after the bills were all paid. But I'm pretty comfortable at this point so I'm willing to discuss it a bit more. Let me say as an [...]

3 12, 2012

The Pain of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery

By |2012-12-03T19:10:25+00:00December 3rd, 2012|My Story|0 Comments

I know that a lot of people have questions about the reconstructive Plastic Surgery aspect of the weight loss journey. With that in mind, as I write about my experience with Reconstructive Plastic Surgery over the next few blogs, I want you all to know that I will do a final wrap up blog where I will answer any questions that you all send in. So if you have any questions about the Reconstructive Plastic [...]

30 11, 2012

Post Reconstructive Thigh Lift

By |2012-11-30T14:15:39+00:00November 30th, 2012|My Story|2 Comments

Okay folks, I'm doped up on Oxycodone as I sit here with my legs strategically positioned to cause me the least amount of pain possible trying to recover from yesterday's Thigh Lift. Okay so I've always said that when I got to the end of these plastic surgeries that I would discuss it all honestly and bluntly, so that's what I'm going to do… So first let's talk about pain. But to do that we [...]