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A new day

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Starting over again that seems that is all I do.
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KATESQUEST 6/19/2013 10:33AM

    I sure know how you feel! I could never count the number of times I have Started over. This time, I have a new perspective on that that may help you. I have been looking at my issues with food from a standpoint of addiction and it helps to frame it in that new way for me. (I certainly don't mean to trivialize anyone's struggles with addiction, this is just a way of thinking that helps me) One if the most important things it has helped me do is to look at every new day as a new start. I tell myself that today, only what I do today matters. Today, I'm going to make wise choices, keep my commitments to myself and do good for myself and others.

By framing every new day as a new beginning, it takes away the sting and negativity of the idea of starting over for me and instead, makes it a great opportunity!. One Day at a Time :o)

Blessings,

Kate

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PATJOONWW 6/19/2013 9:44AM

    You Can Do It! At least you are trying and we have all been there.

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~Pat~


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TATTER3 6/19/2013 6:35AM

    I do it everyday!

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POSEY440 6/18/2013 5:47PM

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PATRICIAAK 6/18/2013 5:46PM

    Each time you start over, it's a new place that includes the growth and knowledge gained.

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BOOKWORM27S 6/18/2013 2:13PM

    Good luck in your weight loss journey!
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AKALEI349 6/18/2013 2:06PM

    Starting over means you're trying and its better to try than not. emoticon

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MZZZFROG 6/18/2013 1:54PM

    It is better to keep starting over than to give up! Hang in there.

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MARTYJOE 6/18/2013 1:54PM

    Never give up. I was a smoker for over twenty years. I started smoking when I was a teen, and must of quit fifty times. I have been a non smoker for over ten years. That just proves persistence pays off. It's the same with healthy choices. Eventually your persistence will pay off. Good luck

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