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I live to laugh. Laughter and positivity really can help you through those pain-filled days, along with Spark pals and loved ones.

I have a rare disease (Erythromelalgia) that affects my life daily, and has sent me into a funk for far too long! I joined Spark in April of 2011 and LOVE the support and resources. I will get back my healthy life, no matter what illness I live with.

I'm hoping to stay active regardless, get my toosh moving, and hopefully inspire others as ...
I live to laugh. Laughter and positivity really can help you through those pain-filled days, along with Spark pals and loved ones.

I have a rare disease (Erythromelalgia) that affects my life daily, and has sent me into a funk for far too long! I joined Spark in April of 2011 and LOVE the support and resources. I will get back my healthy life, no matter what illness I live with.

I'm hoping to stay active regardless, get my toosh moving, and hopefully inspire others as well!

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Member Since: 4/28/2011

SparkPoints: 129,530

Fitness Minutes: 79,816

My Goals:
1. Live for each day. TRULY. You just don't know when your health will wander off to some secret place. Note to self: find out where it went!

2. Get my emotional eating off my mind and re-learn better behavior around food. Update 9/6/11: Still a day to day battle, but I have tools and Spark friends to FIGHT!

3. Cheer on anyone who needs it. I'll bust out some virtual pom poms and try to motivate you since I am getting support from Spark myself! Woo Woo!

4. Run in the rain with a healed foot - woohoo!

My Program:
I work out 5-6 days a week (currently) via low impact/no impact exercises with my EM and CRPS, and try to not push both into red line pain for me.

I stick to a healthy low refined carb, low sugar, low fat and high protein lifestyle for 6 days a week and try relax a bit on Saturdays.

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I looooove monkeys!!! Does that count as interesting???

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NUMD97
8/24/2015 9:16:10 PM

I see you survived Monday with your usual good humor and grace. May the rest of the week go just as smoothly.



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OOLALA53
8/23/2015 6:55:14 PM

Maybe you've been offline. I sent you a question to clarify the book info you sent, as the link didn't work. Is it a green printed cover on the book? The titles can be so similar, but I do think any of them that we are considering have electronic versions.



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SENANG
8/21/2015 10:23:35 AM

Thank you so much for your comments on my blog! Since you posted I added some more information. I just keep editing...



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OOLALA53
8/20/2015 5:24:22 PM

No need to feel guilty about eating more when exposed. Brian Wansink found that EVERYONE does it, even naturally thin people. They might not happen to overeat enough to get heavy, but even they eat more when there's more food available. It was useful when food was not plentiful. It doesn't mean we'll never overeat when food is less out in the open; just that it's not as automatic.

This is one of the major reasons I gave up on the IE approach, which sometimes said a person should always have favorite foods with them available, and should have so much in the house that the binger could not eat it all in one sitting. This was a huge mistake. The body is made to go back to "wanting" the offending food as soon as the symptoms of overdoing it are gone OR there is any hint of any of possibly hundreds of stimuli. ALLOWING the food is different; you don't have to have it in your face all the time to pick situations to have the foods SOMETIMES and only as long as they are truly pleasing before, during, and AFTER eating them.

But I'm just being a broken record now. Hey, that metaphor is sure outdated, no?



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GAL7288
8/12/2015 11:20:53 PM

Hi! Just stopping by to wish you a great day and end of the week. Thanks for your support! It means a lot to me. Also, i hope you are feeling better



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