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I guess every day can't be sunshine and roses

Thursday, March 21, 2013

I quess every day can't be sunshine and roses. Today my depression nagged me and I didn't get out of bed before 7pm. I hate when that happens because I feel like such a failure. The only way to get over it is to try to do as many of the chores that I had planned.
Being between jobs makes me anxious enough...staying in bed makes it worse. Well, I need to take things one day at a time, live in the present, and realize that I am making improvements in my life I would not have made if I hadn't made these changes. Such as leaving a job that was killing my health. The fact of the matter is is that I feel more in control and I feel physically better. emoticon So, one day at a time.....Cheers, Keith
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    I get that way, I sit on the side of the bed and think of what I think of me, then I tell myself I am worth it cause you know God does not make junk!

    You have to think good things about you, right now not happy with our weight but close your eyes and think of the road ahead / slimming down, getting healthy [vain thing here but] people who thought you not good enough seeing you looking to good to be true and think they made a mistake. [lol] that the bad one in me~ sorry

    but you are a good person [from what I see] remember that, give you a break. emoticon
    1824 days ago
    One day at a time.
    1825 days ago
    emoticon Keith, like you said,ONE DAY AT A TIME. If we could predict our days we sure would handle the bad ones different. Get out of bed...add to your list of things to do...promise yourself that if you HAVE to stay in bed, get up at 6pm instead of 7pm...then 5pm instead of 6pm. Unless you're tired, staying in bed accomplishes nothing. If you're thinking, then think while you take a walk. Good Luck and Blessings to you.
    1826 days ago
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