To say that emotions can run high is simply stating the obvious. One of the ways those emotions can be triggered is how people change the way the treat you. You will likely feel better and more confident about your appearance. This will almost inevitably change how you carry yourself, and hence, how people will react to you and treat you. While reactions will generally be positive, these changes may create newfound stress in your life.
Weight Loss Surgery May Change Your Relationships - Dr. Samuel Bledsoe
Are you sure that you want to delete this answer? Yes Sorry, something has gone wrong. Answers Rating Newest Oldest The issue is not really just gastric bypass surgery for most people, but any type of really large weight loss. It's hard for someone not to imagine what a girl must have looked like at lbs or maybe they've even seen old photos , and a lot of men will be afraid that the girl will end up looking like that again. Besides the looks factor, people often think of obesity as a character flaw, plain old greediness, or a total lack of self-control, without considering all the additional biological and environmental causes that are not the person's fault. So, you tend to think "here is someone with no personal self-control, who doesn't respect herself or her body, and who may very well end up looking very unattractive to me again. But that's what a lot of people are really thinking, if they're honest.
Originally Posted by grmi66 Just getting back into the dating pool and met a woman online via OKCupid. Seem to have a lot in common, hit it off on the phone and the first couple of dates felt like there might be a spark between us. So the potential is there for something beyond a few dates.
Do you know someone whose post-surgery dating experiences are markedly different from their pre-surgery dating experiences? Yes, they are having a blast! Yes, they are disappointed at the fickleness of others.