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depressed

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

I can't seem to get excited about anything. I find my diet frustrating, my marathon training time consuming, my commute oppressive, my job uninspiring, ..... and I suffer from an overall lack of sleep and time in the day, .... and I feel like I need to force myself to care about anything.

plus, I'm always freakin' hungry.

crap.
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  • v THIRTYPACK
    Sorry to hear that you're feeling this way. I agree with what everyone else said. Start small and take it from there. You can only do so much at a time.

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    1395 days ago
  • v ALEXSGIRL1
    emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon sleep a little more get some fresh air and maybe a small walk and eat some salmon nuts and fruits if you still feel like this in a couple weeks see your soctor till then if there is anything you can do to combat the stress do it. we are here for you emoticon
    1397 days ago
  • v JUNEAU2010
    I can relate....Focus on one thing first. Don't try to tackle everything at once.
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    Hang in there!
    1397 days ago
  • v BABY_GIRL69
    You know you really need to just step back and take a look at what is important to you. It may take a few tries....

    God bless,

    Dee
    1398 days ago
  • v WANABEFITNANA
    Just take it slow, change one thing at a time. Don't try to do too much at once or you will burn out. emoticon
    1398 days ago
  • v 1EMMA2011
    Just make a small change. One thing. Maybe sleep? emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1398 days ago
  • v LESSNESS1
    Its time to pull back and breath, and please you must get some emoticon if you dont you will not meet what ever goals you are aiming for. emoticon and go eat this will hurt you emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1398 days ago
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