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All things are possible to him who believes. And that is not just a trite saying!
I can't imagine the challenges you face with 2 children with Aspberger's syndrom. Actually, I almost can. I have a niece and nephew who both display all the signs of AS but have never been diagnosed with it. They keep my sister's house in an absolute tizzy given every opportunity.
It is a NEW day and TODAY you have decided to try something NEW!!! Congratulations.
SP is a great place to find some motivation and support for the journey. Each person's journey is unique. Make yours an awesome and enjoyable experience for you.
and you can enjoy yourself along the way.
Use the Fast Break Goals to your advantage. Don't try to overdo it but try doing a little bit more every day. You can succeed! You will succeed.
ragamuffins--The unsung assembly of saved sinners who are little in their own sight, conscious of their brokenness and powerlessness before God, and who cast themselves on His Mercy!!! (Brennan Manning, The Ragamuffin Gospel
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Hello. I am about 500 lb right now... give or take a few lbs.
I remember hitting 380, and swearing I would go no higher... then 400, 420, 460, 479... now here I am... how freaking depressing.
I am dealing with some SERIOUS self loathing and motivation issues.
I have 11 yr old twin daughters both whom have Aspergers and also a 3 yr old son...
I am so scared I will not be here for them when them need me if I don't take control of this.
It seems so overwhelming and impossible...
Life is too short to not live it to the fullest.
|Weezy||8/27/2013 4:37:49 AM|