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Had a fat weekend!

Monday, February 01, 2010

I keep reverting back to the same old tool.....eating.....!!!!!!!!!
I, like many people, have been under a lot of stress at work and I use eating to cope! I ate so much since friday night, that I got sick last night! I dont know why I do this? I never feel good when I do....My body had adjusted to being well nourished and feeling great when nutrition comes to it....then, to cope, I go to the crap I ate this weekend....I sabatoged myweight loss goals for friday and felt physically terrible!

I have to get used to using the new tools I have and get so comfortable with them that they are the default, instead of abusing my body! to take that first step? I know its doing more emotional work, but Im not sure how to make the next step....Im trusting it will become clear to me and that I will walk ahead into more healing......

....this , I know God wants for me......Healthy, Happy and Whole!
....this will be my confession and my goal!

happy Monday everyone!
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  • JESSICA_0029
    I have been under so much stress too. Today was a really hard day for me I wanted to eat a lot today, but didn't go overboard even though I wanted to. Hang in there we can get threw this together. emoticon
    2935 days ago
  • B-N-ME
    I am under alot of stress too and in the past sweets or something fast would be what I would head for...not this time. Now it is a large 8 cup bottle of water on my desk, or an apple!
    You are doing well and you can beat this struggle also...yes you can!
    2937 days ago
  • EVE180
    It takes time to make a habit--but the more I turn to my go to list for stress instead of eating, the easier it gets. I am going to put my list on the fridge in BIG letters so I can see the other things besides eating I can do --like ten minutes of exercise, cleaning, etc. anything to break the pattern....Keep it up--you CAN do it ....and so can I! emoticon
    2938 days ago
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