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Thinking is Dangerous!

Tuesday, March 05, 2013

I just had an amazing four day birthday weekend. It was exactly what I needed, but the aftermath of getting back to reality was harder than I imagined! I look back on my life and I know that I have had some great experiences, yet these experiences are often clouded by overwhelming negative thoughts. Why is it that my mind is determined to destroy me? I will never be happy if I don't learn how to control my thoughts. They are the reason I got the way I am. The weight is not what I am battling. I am battling myself and I'm not sure it is a fight I will ever win.



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  • v WISHFULDREAMING
    Challenge the negative thoughts with a positive, it takes practice but over time the negative voices don't hold as much power.
    1262 days ago
  • v OOLALA53
    You are not alone. Studies show that most people actually tend toward the negative. Maybe it's a leftover from having to be prepared to protect ourselves against getting eaten! Dealing with it is a work in progress for most of us. You're right that eating well doesn't cure that, but it's one less thing to worry about. In any case, I'm glad you had a great birthday!
    1266 days ago
  • v JENNIEONFIRE
    You can and you will fight it...you have to allow yourself to change and want to change and it will happen...don't worry girl I think your life is going to change so much for the better as soon as you move out here in September! I think you just have been pretty set back/sheltered from happy experiences and it's time to start living your life!
    1267 days ago
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