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This Too Shall Pass (True Confession)

Sunday, October 21, 2012

This is my confession.

No will power today or this week for that matter. I should not have eaten those blonde brownie squares. Way too many sweets this week. One of those weeks when too much is too much and my body is screaming.."REALLY? ARE YOU SERIOUSLY GOING TO EAT THAT??" Its one of those weeks that get to me especially when I am feeling emotional. The emotions creep up on me when I am not looking. I have never known myself to be an emotional eater but its at those times when I feel the guiltiest, and even though I work EXTREMELY HARD and eat EXTREMELY WELL I still feel guilty. I try not to lie to myself and confess when I have messed up. It sets me back on my path.

Truth is:

I also know that this too shall pass and I will conquer on. If I did not make mistakes then I would not be human.
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    You are absolutely right. You are living a healthy lifestyle now and will always get back on track :)
    1853 days ago
    You're totally right --- on this journey it's a live classroom where we learn who we are and how we cope. Sometimes it hits us hard and right in the face. Everything you learn you are now equip to handle things better (hopefully) the next time challenges come. Hang in there you're doing great
    1854 days ago
    You are absolutely right. It's often when we are on a "streak" and doing well that something like this creeps up on us. We just got to face it, accept it and move on passed it! Good for you- don't beat yourself up!
    1855 days ago
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    You have an awesome perspective!! You work as hard or even harder than anyone I have come across on this site.

    We are human... the important thing is to acknowledge and get back on track!

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    1856 days ago
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