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Read Part 1. Jen and John met through an online dating site. They were married on October 17, Jen: My 1 concern was that I would resent men who suddenly paid attention to me because I was thin. Deep down inside I wondered if those men were the same men who had passed me on the street or sat next me to in an airplane and overlooked me because I was obese.
I had become very negative. I had to learn to take things at face value. I quickly discovered that was not productive behavior and I had to stop doing it. It was too much mental gymnastics! In hindsight, I made the mistake of giving too much power to men to judge me based on a profile and pictures when in fact I had just as much to evaluate about them as they did me.
Nerve wracking! I was nervous that I would be rejected even though I had posted recent pictures of myself in my profile.
The first man I went out with was actually a nice guy and complimentary of me. But deep down inside I just wanted to fast-forward time and be at my goal weight and then do the online dating thing. So I soldiered on and decided to get some dating experience under my belt. I met some nice men along the way and I certainly brushed up on my conversation skills. Getting to know yourself on a deeper level can be scary. I think people shy away from it because they are afraid of what they might confront and need to deal with. Each time I was in a dating relationship I learned a lot about myself and the mistakes I made, as well as what was important to me in a partner.
I kept diligent notes from each relationship so I had something to look back on and tweak my criteria for finding my Mr. Find a partner who supports your efforts to achieve a healthy lifestyle. Challenge and support each other. Stay true to yourself. You have probably changed a lot in your weight loss journey. Figure out what is important to you in a Post gastric bypass dating site and stay true to this.
This will be your guidepost for helping you find the right person. And they end up unhappy. Keep the faith. I mean this in a literal and a figurative sense. Know that your spirituality can always guide you if you want it to—whether that means sitting quietly in your house, doing yoga, or going to Church. And always have faith that the right person WILL come along and accept you for who you are—inside and out.
A person who does not think she is good enough to be loved, very often has a low sense of self-worth.
This lack of self-worth comes from a lack of self-love. If you cannot accept yourself and your worthiness, how can someone else see that in you?
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