Good question... I dunno what is the right answer. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I bump into an answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could answer your Medifast question..
Maybe explaining to her that the kind and sweet offers she is making is actually counter-productive. Tell her you need some help with the post-op.
And soft food, and maybe she will channel her energies in helping you, instead of making you nuts..
That's what I would try..
Yes! My mom was acting like a nut case before my.
I realized that I needed to let her do this b/c it is a major.
And she was just scared. She kept making weird comments, like "how are you going to do that....it's going to be so hard." It was quite annoying..
I've also found that most people don't really understand the.
, and what it encompasses. They don't realized what a life-changing.
It actually is..
So, I think it is fear of the unknown. Let mom pamper you for a few weeks....
This doesn't change what you are going through but let her worry and fret. I would do anything to have someone fret over me. My mom passed away 13 yrs ago when I was in my 20s and my husband is pretty detached. So I know that the "last meal" is kind of a bit much and you will be able to eat again, just maybe a bite of the sweets NEXT Christmas..
So no I haven't been through it, but from the other side without parents it really is nice to have someone worry about you..
Hang in there and remember you can always vent on here!!!!..
Thank you all for the replies and advice. I truly appreciate it. I am so glad I found this site. I don't know where else I could be so open about this stuff and not feel judged. Thanks for the support and advice!!!..