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Please don't beat yourself up, this is a process, not an event!! One day at a time. So you messed up 1 day, just get back on the wagon and try again. Maybe walk twice as far this week for 3 days and you probably will have walked off the damage. Hang in there I am rooting for ya!!!
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I had one of those nights just yesterday. We had our annual block party and I made a fool of myself. Had to sample every chili there as well as cornbread. But I went nuts at the desert table. Came in 800 cals over my scheduled max of 1200 kcals. I did not kick myself (very much) but did, indeed, make a pretty good dent today in making up some of the overage today. Ate 300 cal below my daily goal.
Point is that it will happen. To you, to me, to all of us. Doesnt matter how many times you fall as long as you get up every time.
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Oh, hell yes I have those days. Right now I am saying to myself "What better? Sitting in this chair or going to the kitchen?"
For now the Fat-T-Boy recliner is winning.
Start by doing what is necessary, then do what is possible and suddenly you will be doing the impossible -- St Francis of Assisi
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We all have those days, CALIFLE. Just pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and start the next day. There is really nothing you can do about the day you messed up; so try to make the next day better and don't beat yourself up. Tell yourself that you CAN do this.
If we saw all the difference even the tiniest of our prayers make, and all the people those...prayers were destined to affect...we would be so paralyzed with awe...that we would be unable to get up off our knees for the rest of our lives.
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If you are not as close to God as you used to be, who moved?—Source Unknown
I don't know if anyone else has day's where you walk in the kitchen and nibble, and then eat more, its a binge thing, and it;s late at night. Cant sleep, I even ate choc ice cream, and still fighting to not make my way into the kitchen. I use to tell myself, what's the deal, your already fat, why worry about getting fat . I did good for three day's. It's a kink in my brain pan, not sure how to fix a kink or shut off emotional eating that "shoot self in the foot."