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Friday, February 01, 2013

Visiting SP again, even for a day, helped me. Writing the post helped. Receiving supportive comments helped. I cried. And cried. And even now I'm close to tears. Support is an immeasurable gift.

I managed not to binge for the day...it wasn't terribly difficult given how much I'd overstuffed myself just the night before. But regardless I made it through one day binge free.

This morning, for the first time in a long time, I made a real breakfast. I'm not ready to commit to anything, least of all weights and measures of food and calories, but I was certainly able to make and eat a more nutritious and reasonable breakfast this morning.

I believe I can keep this awareness and effort up for the next couple of days...and hopefully the momentum will give me the edge I'll need to keep going in the right direction once my new addition to the family arrives.
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  • CHRISTINASP
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    That's how it works for me too. After a binge, to just go back to making meals that I know contain good nutrients and just try to breathe, going from one moment to another. Hope you too can for now just keep taking deep breaths and be in touch with your inner calm and strength. If not, so be it. Just take care of yourself as good as you can. You're doing your best.
    love, Christina
    1407 days ago
  • MESAMA
    I'm so proud of you for taking another visit even through these unsure feelings. I hope you continue to make those visits because I think and hope it gives you the edge and nerve you are looking for. Keep visiting my beautiful friend. Every time you do you are acknowledging a need for change and someday, hopefully soon, it can begin again. Take your time but keep in mind I am rooting for you too! Hugs!!!
    1407 days ago

    Comment edited on: 2/1/2013 3:57:12 PM
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