WLS Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

The repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell by Congress and President Obama has opened the doors to LGBT military personnel serving openly in the armed forces. Gay armed service members will soon be out of the closet if they chose to be. In this post I’ll share my thoughts on why weight loss surgery patients should not be living your post-op life in the closet. I know many folks in my bariatric community hide the fact that they had weight loss surgery from their friends, family and coworkers.

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a look back on 2010

On January 1, I decided to try something new when setting goals for the New Year. I created a list of 30 things I wanted to accomplish in 2010. Looking back, I didn’t do too well; only completing 8 of the 30 items. It was really a list of places and things I wanted to experience during the year. The list had no focus or direction. It was just a list of want-do-do’s. In my next post on January 1, I’ll talk about my 2011 goals and the method I used to build them and give them direction. I am pretty psyched on what is in store for me in 2011.