All my life I have struggled with severe weight issues, I tried diet's, perscrption drugs, exercise, nothing worked. Recently I decided to do something about it and in late November I had a surgery called the gastric sleeve where they removed roughly 85% of my stomach making it more of a tube shape. To a certain degree it worked I lost over 80 pounds, I feel lighter and more energetic, I am able to go to the gym, but sadfully it seems I didn't address the root problem. I have to have basically a protein heavy diet (at least 85 grams). There are certain foods I can never eat again (no carbination) and certain things a couple of months later my stomach is rejecting (pizza, fried foods, certain tomateo based products). Beyond that I can never eat and drink at the same time again, if I eat something at 5pm I have to wait until 5:30 for a glass of water. If it was just one of these things I can probably deal with it, but taking into account all my new limitations, I am feeling very overwhelmed. Beyond that it is something I brought on my self, the weight didn't appear over night and while the surgery was probably a medical necessity (I weighed over 400 pounds), it was still elective in a sense. I am trying to make the best out of the situation, but I am tired, I am overwhelmed, I feel like a failure, and everytime I eat I throw up (mainly because I am still eating junk like tomatoes. I feel like I made a mistake and one I can't physically change. Despite the benefits I am regretting my decision and I don't know if I can live like this.