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

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Author House, Jan 4, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 124 pages
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In A New Beginning, Lee Joel Tiru courageously opens his heart and mind to the emotional and physical challenges he faced as a morbidly obese youngster and teenager. While it is no longer uncommon for one to admit to being fat, it is quite rare for one to lay oneself open, so the reader can sense his heartache and desperation and share equally in his joys and triumphs.

 

Lee Tiru knows whereof he speaks; he offers a textbook example of how to set a course for changing one’s life and for reaching – and exceeding – powerful life goals. He does not beat the reader – perhaps equally obese as he once was – over the head to change, but lays out reasonable challenges nonetheless to leave the reader with hope that there is life beyond misery. His words are applicable to any of life’s difficulties: set a goal and persevere, always mindful of victory.

 

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Lee Joel Tiru is a human phoenix, rising anew from a childhood that teased and tormented him. For those who know him, that deliberate, dramatic transformation should come as no surprise. His secret weapon in taking on life's challenges has always been to believe in himself. Indeed, he practices what he preaches. He exudes self-assurance and demonstrates ambition beyond the norm. His physical rebirth opened a new world in which he continually strives to realize his full potential in business, friendships, and family, imbuing him with well deserved poise and pride.

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