Princeton Bariatric patients Matt, Laquetta, Charleena and share their stories and celebrate their progress through surgery and eating programs.
In your journey towards health, there can be a lot of stumbling blocks. We all “fall off the wagon” now and then, but with determination and commitment, there is always a second chance to do better.
When Pat Franklin’s two year old granddaughter started to get active, Pat realized there were a lot of things she couldn’t do with her. She wanted to be able to keep up with her granddaughter, so she decided to do something about her weight issues. She came to Princeton Bariatrics for gastric lap-band surgery.
Theodore Roosevelt said, “It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed.” Working to reach your goal weigh is a pendulum swing of successes and failures. But, throughout the journey, if we are constantly trying to succeed, then the odds become stacked in our favor.
Listen as Shelia and Bill Persons tell the story of how they’ve helped each other lead a more healthy, active lifestyle while losing over 170 pounds between them.