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june 11 th 2013

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Today was not a good day for me. I was feeling depressed and I didn't want to get out of bed. So I spent the whole day inside once again. I didn't do much just watched tv and spent time on the computer. It iwas a very unproductive day. I also ate a whole bunch of juck food which wasn't the best decision. I feel horrible now. I wish I never gave into my cravings. hopefully things will be better tomarrow.
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WORKOUTWITHPAM 6/12/2013 1:06AM

    I am sorry that today was not a good day for you. Try not to be too hard on yourself for giving in to your cravings. It is history now, and tomorrow is a new day. What works for me is to make plans with a set time that I have to do something or be somewhere. It may be hard at first until you get used to it, but it makes one feel much better to 'get up, get out, and get going.' I hope tomorrow will be a better day. Take care of yourself, and know that you are very much cared about here at SparkPeople.

HUGS
Pam

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CIRANDELLA 6/11/2013 10:25PM

    It's okay, Tanya...please don't be rough on yourself for a rough day. The road out of depression - and that's even with medication - is very, very rarely one of even, steady progress. It's a little more like two steps forward and one or two back, then three steps forward. Very frustrating! But eventually, you find yourself looking back on bleaker times and wondering how - and when - you managed to emerge from them. It's an odd, surprising process.

Just in this past week, I've talked to two other women besides myself who've noticed that when they eat a lot of junk food, they feel depressed. It's not just because they wanted to eat better; it's also because there can be something about the imbalance of fats and carbohydrates which somehow, chemically contributes to depression. See if when you eat better, if you don't also find yourself feeling emotionally better. I always do - 100% of the time, too. emoticon

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RISAMEANSLAUGH 6/11/2013 8:47PM

    Dear Sunshine,

It was good that you decided to blog about your day. Whenever I have a bad day AND am brave enough to write about it, I do better the next day. I sure hope you can find ways to motivate yourself to exercise/move/get outside. Part of having osteoarthritis (like I do) is that you have to go AGAINST your desire to curl up and not move. But once you do (move) you feel better!

In the meantime, I do wish you the best of success in your weight loss journey.
sincerely,
Riisa emoticon

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ROBBIEY 6/11/2013 8:41PM

  We all have days that we regret, just look forward and keep moving.
Don't give up. One bad day is behind you and tomorrow will be better.

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