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Thursday, January 17, 2013

I was doing well with food and then....I had a bad afternoon. Yup. Bad. Emotionally bombarded. So...I came home and ugggg. Positve? After I gorged I thought about why. I put together the day. So...I seem to do this more often lately. Really thinking about what causes this. Progress...yes. So yay me! I will do better. Once again the weekend was such a success!!!! Omg!!! Still coming off the high of that. Kids are studyiing for midterms. :( They are cranky and anxious :(. Hoping my sparkies are doing well.
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    Never beat yourself up. Just do something to counter act what you are doing. Whether that's going out for a walk, or flights of stairs and such.

    There is lots on many of our plates of stress, worry and anxiety. We're Mother's (I think that comes with the package). Hang in there. If anything, just get rid of the temptations in the house. I know I'm going to do it.

    Have a great weekend.
    1883 days ago
    Nobody is a failure that picks themselves up after they fall! Way to think it through and get back up and dust yourself off! emoticon
    1884 days ago
  • MIRAGE727
    A while ago, I was at a conference for a speaking engagement. A speaker before said something that I took to heart. "Take one moment before you are about to act on anything and think about the cause and effect of it all." I still do that today whenever I am faced with a decision. I also think of alternatives. Just sayin'
    1884 days ago
    It's great that you are taking the time to think about what you do anf why, that is a big step. I hope things continue to look up for you.
    1884 days ago
    Don't beat yourself up. Sounds like you are doing the right thing and trying to learn from it and hopefully it won't happen again (((hugs)))
    1884 days ago
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