What is it like to live your life every single day, and to feel like a balloon that’s at it’s breaking point that’s just about to explode?
What’s it like to live your life and to feel like you are not your true self at all?
What’s it like to go on a journey of self discovery via bariatric surgery? What changes? Does your personality change? Does your attitude change? What do you lose? What do you gain?
Does any of this sound familiar to you and your story?
If so… click play and join us in this episode as I talk to Alicia Hill-Marceau. She’s a wife, a mother, a daughter, a friend, and someone who struggled to get her weight under control.
She chronicled her story into what changed and what she found when she had bariatric surgery in a book she titled FINALLY ME!
In the text, Alicia talks about what she gave up having surgery, but more so what she found out about her true self along her journey.
If you are considering bariatric surgery and you are wondering what the mental and emotional aspects of the journey are going to be like, get a copy of her book. You won’t be disappointed.
In writing the book, Alicia aimed to show people that if you take the time you to can finally find yourself too.
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