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Sigh...

Wednesday, February 06, 2013

I feel each time I start over, it gets harder. Maybe I need to read over my old blogs to remind myself why I am here, and hopefully find something that will keep me from leaving again.

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  • v MOMFAN
    You and me both! emoticon
    1230 days ago
  • v EASTENDCLAM
    Maybe it gets harder because you've drifted off from working towards your goals before? Fear of failure? I know the feeling. I quit smoking dozens of times and always beat myself up for one more failure. Something clicked, I don't really know what the trigger was but, I found that time was going to do it. It did. Maybe the same for you this time. Set realistic short term goals, meet them, set the next realistic goals, you'll get there.
    1231 days ago
  • v GARDENCHRIS
    one foot in front of another ..... think about where you were before Spark.... now get up and go forward... you are farther along than if you had never joined Spark. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1232 days ago
  • v JTREMBATH
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    1234 days ago
  • v KEKEIKO
    Begin with a small goal like spinning the emoticon each day and that will get you back to Sparks. Next goal is drinking 8 glass of emoticon then move onto another goal like walking 15 min a day and slowly increase time and distance. Before you know it you'll be back in the swing of things.

    Best of luck to you! emoticon
    1234 days ago
  • v 50ISNEW30
    I know what you mean, but it is a hard journey. You're back now and that's a positive step. Just take it one day at a time. This is my first week back after being gone awhile too, but as long as we don't quit, we haven't failed.
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    1235 days ago
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