Fat to Thin
Are you tired of making excuses of why you are unhealthy and overweight? Do you dream about a life that is filled with joy instead of dread? Jules Hopkins' candid story, Fat to Thin, chronicles her journey from being an unhealthy and obese woman to realizing a life of optimal health. Jules Hopkins struggled with her weight for years. She found herself a middle-aged woman, depressed and overweight. After researching her options, she made a life-changing decision-gastric bypass surgery-going from a plus size to a size eight. Hopkins' narrative gives the reader an up close and personal view of her battle to lose 134 pounds. Hopkins' brutally honest book reveals the ups and downs of her struggles, the disappointing relationships she had throughout her life and the accountability she finally realized in order to move forward and live the life she'd only dreamed about. You are not alone. You can have a healthy and vibrant life and solid, loving relationships. Share a journey with a woman who has been there and is willing to reveal the steps necessary to live life instead of endure it. Hopkins' poignant, humorous and insightful book will inspire you to start on your own path toward self-discovery and positive life choices. Jules Hopkins is a writer, comedienne and screenwriter. She is currently writing screenplays, comedy show routines and a nonfiction book about relationships. She lives in Idaho with her husband, daughter and mother. Fat to Thin is her first published work.
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