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Day #7, stressed and crazy busy but I'm dealing.

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

I've been on the go since 5:30am...finally sat down at 1pm for a rest. Wired and tired. Husband headed off for two nights away at the fire and I took a Valium last night so I wouldn't lie and obsess/worry. Gave me odd dreams and I'm still feeling sluggish. Plus I think I am fighting the "less fuel" feeling where I don't have all the excess food fuel now.

Annddddd.....a raging sweet tooth. I wanted cheesecake or ice cream something fierce. So when we finally got home I had a Moccona latte and 45 grams of gluten free muesli and that did the trick. A victory of sorts - usually I would just give in to the cheesecake or ice cream and call it good. I even had it all rationaled out that we're having soup for dinner and it's reasonably low calorie. ;) I'll save the treats for tomorrow night when my daughter comes over for her birthday dinner. Then I'll have some cake and ice cream and won't fret. emoticon
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    emoticon The more I follow your blogs, the more certain I am that we must be twins~ *LOL* Don't give up, sweetie~ *hugs* BB~ emoticon
    1543 days ago
    1543 days ago
    Next time try fruit!

    Having comfort food in the form of what I would call toxic treats, is a normal path to mask worry.

    The valium might have put your body to sleep but your mind is active 24/7/365. Of course you had crazy dreams! LOL

    Try meditation or yoga. Look at your worry dispassionately. Watch the thoughts go by one by one like a freight train. Smile gently and then move on.

    The best way to support a loved one is to be good to yourself.

    Being concerned is a covert way of not trusting them. Everyone does this so don't beat yourself up by self-sabotage!

    SMALL slice of cake and ice cream!
    1543 days ago
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