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One day at a time....

Wednesday, April 07, 2010

I don't blog enough!! I am also having a lot of trouble lately. I am trying desperately to get my 'mind-set' back but there are days when it isn't easy. Right now I am trying to set myself daily goals of being positive and staying on track. Two days in a row successful so far. It seems to that since my Step-Father got sick last fall all my old insecurities have come back. I have gone back to not liking myself, putting myself down, etc. I seem to be overwhelmed in everything.
So, I'll try blogging more often and maybe this way I can help myself stay positive!!!
So, I guess that's it for today and now it's time for me to get on my stationary bike.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MTNHIKER1971 4/8/2010 1:29AM

    I'm glad to see you blog and sharing your thoughts and feelings. You are such a remarkable woman and I hate that those insecurities have come knocking at your door. Here's a really good tool to use, and one that I refer to often. Hopefully, it will help you as it's helped me.


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PIPER_BLUE 4/7/2010 10:31PM

    i agree with WR but we love u and are 100% behind u and support you girl!!!!

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TWEETYKC00 4/7/2010 8:45PM

    i know how you can feel now, sometimes all it takes is one thing in your life to go off track and it seems like the beginning of the end. it feels like no matter how hard you try, things just start getting out of hand little by little until you lose your mind, huh?? i've been there myself and i know that is uphill the entire time. it's hard, but spark friends are here with you all the way!

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WOOLRIPPER 4/7/2010 7:45PM

    Siegrid, I really understand. Certain aspects or incidents of life, knock you off your feet.

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