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Rough Patches

Thursday, May 10, 2012

So, I forget about those pot holes, those rough patches we all hit along the way. It has been a rough week Letting go of someone, wether they are good or bad for you is tough, and seeing them with someone else giving them the little things you so desired even harder...but I made it thorough with out using food as a crutch, no late night binging no fast food or deserts...I did do a lot of crying and a little sidetracked with keeping my journal up and exercise...but slowly and surely I am getting stronger...just not feeding the pain so to speak is a big step for me...so I will continue to keep my head up and keep focusing on me...even through the hurt and sadness I can see I am stronger and I am making moves in the right direction
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  • v MCGS62
    It's OK to cry once in a while I still cry and it has been a year and two months since we split up. You are doing well to not let it effect your diet. I did not fare so well last year and am only starting to come around again now. emoticon
    1477 days ago
  • v CURVYGURL8
    I Soooo feel you about '"feeding the pain." You rock! Also, just remember: eventually you will run into that person again. And you will be healthier, stronger, and even HOTTER than you are today. And then that person will be the one crying into his/her pilow. It is very difficult to make "grown up" decisions, but healthy, nonetheless. It is a true sign of maturity that you have begun to make choices and decisions that are best fro, and that honor YOU. Good Girl! Alway remember: there was a reason that you left. I promise you, there really IS life after heartbreak. Praying for you, and VERY proud of you for not feeding the pain. emoticon
    1477 days ago
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