A New Beginning: How Gastric Bypass Surgery Saved My Life - at the Age of 18

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AuthorHouse, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 124 pages
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Honesty is the best policy.  That's the philosophy Mitch Tarrington has always lived by and the principle upon which he bases his marriage to Dana.  He would never think of telling her a lie until a situation arises in which he knows the truth might destroy the sacred bond they share.  Even when the guilt of his deception becomes too much to bear, he chooses to continue believing what Dana doesn't know won't hurt her.'  He couldn't be more wrong.

 

When a chance encounter uncovers his secret and leaves tragedy in its wake, Mitch soon learns that his attempt to save his relationship is the very thing that may end it forever.  Only time will tell; and as he clings to his faith, he finds that sometimes waiting for tomorrow is all you can do.

 

Enjoy this humorous and heartwarming second novel in the Forever Love' series!   A portion of all profits benefit the American Cancer Society.

 

"A compelling love story told with the purity of true and lasting romance." Joyce Bishop Morris, author of Sweet Annie' and Forever Annie.'

 

"Debbie Alferio is an author dedicated to crafting romantic themes that reveal how love can blossom and flourish without losing essential Christian values.  Ms. Alferio's work provides welcome alternatives to more common romantic themes of our time, and her readers continue to react with enthusiasm." Sandra Valencia, author of the Legends from Turand' series and The Chikondra Trilogy.'

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
My Childhood
9
The Terrible Teens
17
Depression Desperation
23
Gastric Bypass An Overview
31
Crossing the Rubicon
43
Postop Expectations
49
Doctors Orders
59
From One Extreme to the Other
69
Psychological Effects
77
Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
85
Hindsight is 2020 Vision
93
On Tiptoes
99
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