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Stress

Sunday, January 06, 2013

Today was tough, emotionally. Recent breakup with SO, and a day we would have spent together doing fun and familiar things. I knew it would be difficult so I prepared. Monitoring stress and trying to be proactive, as I promised myself…

So, I planned for it, emotionally and physically. I believe that it was right for both of us and I reminded myself about the reasons why... and I still thought it was right for both of us. I prepared and tracked my food and drink ahead of time, and although the day isn’t over, I think I will be successful and I know that was the right thing to do. I feel confident that I will stay within my calorie range. I think I should have reached out to friends for help…it would have been better to ask for support but I didn’t. Next time I will be sure to do that.
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  • v HIPPICHICK1
    Friends are super important! Yes you need that support. Ask for it now. Don't wait until "next time."
    Sending you oodles of emoticon
    1330 days ago
  • v CHRISTINASP
    That's very wise that you prepared like that.
    1330 days ago
  • v KRISKECK
    Thanks for the good words, friends! I am feeling much better today.
    1330 days ago
  • v SBHPATRICK
    Thinking of you.
    1331 days ago
  • v KERRIELYNN719
    Preparing is key, but always make sure you ask for help! It will always make you feel better, and the people around you will love you even more for the fact that you asked!

    Great job sticking to your plan, and hope things get better...
    1331 days ago
  • v MNJONES2
    I think you are doing wonderfully handling a difficult situation - you did wonderfully planning ahead. I admire your courage and dedication!
    1331 days ago
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