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In this video I get personal about what triggered me to gain weight after having weight loss surgery (VSG). I discuss being honest with yourself and making a choice to get back on track. I discuss learning to accept accountability for your own actions, and how to get back to basics so the weight can come back off.

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Hi! I'm Tiffany Rose! Welcome and make yourself at home! Here you will find healthy recipes, exercise tips, weight loss stories, and even awesome music selections to help you get moving. December 2014 I weighed in at 285 pounds and decided to make a life changing decision to live a healthier lifestyle. On this site I will share my personal journey with losing weight, keeping the weight off, and not only transforming my body, but also my spirit. In between sharing recipes and exercise tips,  you'll notice I will share personal thoughts that inspire me or cause me to reflect on this journey of change. I do hope they inspire you, make you cry, laugh, and also reflect on your own health journey. I do hope you'll stay awhile, work out with me, cook up some amazing dishes together, and share your experiences on becoming a new you.  I am so excited and thrilled you are here.
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Monica A. Coleman's great-grandfather asked his two young sons to lift him up and pull out the chair when he hanged himself, and that noose stayed in the family shed for years. The rope was the violent instrument, but it was mental anguish that killed him. Now, in gripping fashion, Coleman examines the ways that the legacies of slavery, war, sharecropping, poverty, and alcoholism mask a family history of mental illness. Those same forces accompanied her into the black religious traditions and Christian ministry. All the while, she wrestled with her own bipolar disorder. 

Bipolar Faith is both a spiritual autobiography and a memoir of mental illness. In this powerful book, Monica Coleman shares her life-long dance with trauma, depression, and the threat of death. Citing serendipitous encounters with black intellectuals like Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Angela Davis, and Renita Weems, Coleman offers a rare account of how the modulated highs of bipolar II can lead to professional success, while hiding a depression that even her doctors rarely believed. Only as she was able to face her illness was she able to live faithfully with bipolar.

Monica A. Coleman's great-grandfather asked his two young sons to lift him up and pull out the chair when he hanged himself, and that noose stayed in the family shed for years. The rope was the violent instrument, but it was mental anguish that killed him. Now, in gripping fashion, Coleman examines the ways that the legacies of slavery, war, sharecropping, poverty, and alcoholism mask a family history of mental illness. Those same forces accompanied her into the black religious traditions and Christian ministry. All the while, she wrestled with her own bipolar disorder.

Bipolar Faith is both a spiritual autobiography and a memoir of mental illness. In this powerful book, Monica Coleman shares her life-long dance with trauma, depression, and the threat of death. Citing serendipitous encounters with black intellectuals like Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Angela Davis, and Renita Weems, Coleman offers a rare account of how the modulated highs of bipolar II can lead to professional success, while hiding a depression that even her doctors rarely believed. Only as she was able to face her illness was she able to live faithfully with bipolar.