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Baby Step #2 Excuses

Monday, July 15, 2013

You know what I'm more sick of then being fat. Is making excuses of why I am fat and why I am putting off on getting healthy. Today looking through success stories. Reading people who have had similar situations but the only difference is that they just got fed up being fat and made the right choice to become healthy. Reading one persons sparkpage made me want to cry. It hit me so hard that I just felt like cussing myself out. Why in the world have I been living the way I am. I keep blaming my life situation. Yes its bad but I didnt tell people to stick unhealthy choices down my throat I did. Ugh that is it I am completely done with any excuse. I am fat because I made myself fat and I'm weak minded when it comes to food. But that all stops right now!
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    I agree. I have tried many times too and finally I had to tell myself to suck it up and stop making excuses.
    1679 days ago
    1681 days ago
    Truly coming to terms with my poor eating habits and accepting responsibility for those bad choices is one of the HARDEST things I've ever done. I think it's the same for just about everyone who goes through that level of introspection.

    The good news is that it is not to late to turn it around and move in the direction you want! That's the motivation of the success stories. Good luck with your new determination...I hope to read YOUR success story in the future!
    1681 days ago
    Being honest with yourself is wonderful
    Now forgive yourself for the past poor choices and move forward emoticon
    1681 days ago
    I liked your blog & I can totally relate to what you are saying. We are the way we are because of the choices we made. Like you I'm totally weak around food and wish I could find the motivation to get back on the right track.

    emoticon you can do it!! Good Luck to you, keep us posted on your "success".
    1681 days ago
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