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start being honest especially to myself.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

i thought it was time i started being honest.maybe i was being honest before and hadnīt realised the things i notice now .or maybe i just didnīt want to know.because i can not believe that all these things have just come all at once.i think i did know but ignored them.

honest list.

1.that the heels of my feet hurt first thing in the morning or when ever i put my weight on them after a while.

2.that i get out of breath carrying my baby and shopping up the three flights of steps to our flat.

3.that i have to sit down to put on shoes or socks.

4.that i am finding it difficult to get in and out of baths.(but i will not give them up for the easy alternative of a shower)

5.that my knees occasionly pain me or give way under me.

all this i must realise is happening.not ignore it like i have done in the past.i must first accept it then do something about it.i still canīt believe that i am only seeing all this now.

plan of action.

1.be honest with myself.

2.loose weight.

3.get generally fitter.

4.make notes so i donīt over look things again.
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  • v TAMATULADIL
    Alhamdulillah. With the help of Allah, you will reach your goals. Remember also, our Nabbi (SAW) said that blackseed is the cure for everything except death. Try taking blackseed oil in the mornings (1 tbs). I've had some of the same issues you're talking about and believe me the blackseed helped with the weight loss as well as the pain in the heels and knees. If you don't know where to get some, try sweetsunnah.com.
    2631 days ago
  • v ERINLY
    Great job being honest with yourself! NOW, you'll be able to appreciate the absence of that list as you get in shape :-)
    2632 days ago
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