Getting Stuck! A Learning Curve!

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

How to go on past the getting stuck stage? Many time in my life I was stuck in the past, like not letting go the people that are suppose to be there for you have done wrong.

With time I have learned that I was stuck in the things done wrong to me while the person has moved on.

Anger, sadness and lot more emotions are dealt with food instead of releasing them.

Making a decision to deal with the emotions with either confiding with a person that we trust is more effective than stuffing ourselves with food. How to stop the cycle?

Being aware how we truly feel is a learning process and there is no right or wrong. We need to acknowledge the feeling and that is ok and burn off these feelings by taking a walk and/or going to the gym.

This is my learning curve at this moment.
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    And a good learning curve it is! Good luck with your Spark journey, I'm glad you added me as a friend. I added you as well! WELCOME!
    2614 days ago
    Thank you Future Mrs Fox for your comment.

    You are right, Life gets in the way, but at the same time as you have written making a conscious decision to stop the cycle is the key.

    When you think you've got it something else gets in the way.....I need to change the self-talk to a positive one and go on and for me to make connection with others is helping me.

    Thank you again. emoticon
    2615 days ago
    I think when you acknowledge and realize that you are eating based on emotions is a huge help. You know what you are doing and then it's a conscious effort to stop the cycle. It's obviously not something you can do in a day, but think about what you do before you do it.

    Unfortunately when you get frustrated, sad, angry, etc. you can't always just get up and go run or walk or lift weights. Life gets in the way.

    2615 days ago
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