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The Last Supper: The Truth About Weight Loss Surgery

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My book is my life and soul on paper. I thought weight loss surgery would give me a life where I'd be accepted by society because I wasn't accepted as the morbidly obese girl. 
I thought I'd find love and peace and success through being Slim.
I underwent weight loss surgery with no therapy or psychological assessment in 2002. Weighing nearly 300lbs.
In eight months I lost
Kindle Edition, 48 pages
Published November 17th 2017
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Linda Wattley
Feb 15, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Deborah Fletcher sincerely wants people to know what they are getting into when they decide to have weight loss surgery. In her book, "The Last Supper", she puts it down in black in white that this life journey is no joke. I strongly recommend anybody thinking about having this type of surgery to read this book first. Weigh it out to make sure this is the best choice for you. Though it was a ten year struggle to finally reach a day that Deborah felt normal and OK, the surgery healed her from the ...more
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