Ozana Barabancea: "I see myself in pictures and I do not recognize myself. I do not know why I allowed this collapse ”
Ozana Barabancea gave an interview to VIVA magazine, in which it was of amazing sincerity. The artist spoke about the operation to reduce the stomach that she endured and how difficult the pre- and post-operative adaptation was.
This operation is no mean feat, confessing that he did it for his health, to stay as long as possible with his children.
But it seems that from the outside, things seem simpler than they are. The artist advises all those who intend to do such an operation to reflect a long time, she declaring that she has weighed the pluses and minuses for 3 months before the operation.
Mentally, she's not used to the new measures now, but she feels light and, most importantly, healthy. Ozana said he was looking at the pictures with her and did not understand how such a collapse allowed her. She said that when she was obese, she believed that everything was okay, that she was lying and that she was in a state of complete denial. For a long time, food was a refuge to alleviate their discontent and non-fulfillment, and after the operation, this was the hardest. You can no longer align yourself with the once sheltered, comforting food.
Photo source: Ozana Barabancea Facebook