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ALESHA425
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Missing!!

Thursday, February 21, 2013

I haven't been here in quite some time...I'd say at least 9 months. I've been so busy with self-loathing, self-pity, anger, depression, and sadness that I've put myself right into the box I fought so hard to get out of a few years ago. Weight loss-ZERO!! I've ate how I wanted without regard for my waistline or my health. I dont know how to get out of the box...I feel the lid closing in around me. I'm looking for that easy fix...that miracle...and inside, I know that those things dont exist. But I'm still looking...searching. I opened the box a little this past week. Trying to make healthier choices in eating. I know its one step at a time...one baby step at a time...one minute at a time. Slowly...
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  • v NAPPIGURL
    Kudos for opening that box! You're right, just take it step by step, and before you know it you'll be telling your success story!!! Everything you need to make it happen is within you and like CUD333 the journey of self discovery, of discovering just how powerful, beautiful, and amazing you are will propel you to reach and even surpass your goals. emoticon emoticon
    1254 days ago
  • v ALESHA425
    emoticon Appreciate the encouragement
    1255 days ago
  • v PAPASMURF1957
    I know that world. I lived there for well over a decade. The way out is to just start a change no matter how small. It is daunting. It is intimidating. It is uncomfortable. It is the beginning of the way out. Best wishes.
    1255 days ago
  • v COREY04
    I have come to realize that I actually prefer that there is no easy fix. I feel that the journey with its self discovery is more important than the destination! The best of luck to you! Reach out any time emoticon
    1255 days ago
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