So its Monday...
Monday, May 07, 2012
BAD BAD FOOD DAY!!!!
Just bad. I know why too. We had dinner with my sister inlaw ...whom I usually love but there are moments when she makes me feel so less than...soooooo insecure.
So today I binged soooo much. I will be better tomorrow but today I feel bloated and bad. I have a lot of errands to get to. I will but now I just feel lost. I will be better tomorrow. Trust me. Thanks for listening to me rant.
Member Comments About This Blog Post
I read somewhere that we have "poison" people in our lives and we need to limit our exposure to them especially at times when we are vulnerable.
Blogging about your feeling is so healthy, good for you!!!!
1925 days ago
There are people around that have that affect.
I understand what you mean about feeling insecure or inadequate around people like that. Usually, they list all of the things that they have accomplished and then...GULP...I feel so bad!
Hope you're doing better.
1926 days ago
Sometimes family can hurt more than help without meaning it, just keep on plugging along. You can't change family, but you can change how you deal with others.
1927 days ago
I'm so sorry you were feeling "less" than. I agree with Pauline - it is really her insecurity that makes it that she needs to be better than you.
Hey, you know what? You blogged it, and it's done. You held yourself accountable and that is . I am really proud that you did it!
We are here for you, and trust me, so many of us (me included) know what it's like to get triggered and look to food for the answer, but you know, you are working on being aware and so there is something to really, really take pride in!
1927 days ago
I'm here for you. Go on and rant. Your turn to listen will come.
Actually, its your sister-in-laws insecurity that makes her try to lessen your value, you know that, right? The reaction is just to rise above it. Why does she have the power to make you binge? Please tell me the answer when you have it figured, I'd really like to know.
1928 days ago
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