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I think that most people have some type of childhood trauma, but if you let it control you then you will never be happy. I know and understand where you are comming from and because of mine and my weakness of letting it rule my life I am no even close to where I should be. I woke up a couple of years ago and realized that excuses aren't getting me anywhere so I have started working my butt off to catch up with my life! Just remember what happened in the past isn't who you are, it is what you do for the future!
I also have some childhood trauma that I know is affecting my life, and thus my weight. More recently it was the death of my Father that has begun to get me back on track, and willing to take this thing on. After putting on another 10lbs after his death, I was not happy with me. It is time to do something to change all of that.
Right now, it is a little hard to settle down to a routine as I am moving around a lot. I was in Northern WI for most of June, now I am in Houston, TX until the end of August. Then I will be moving to Ohio, where I will be living for at least a year.
"Love is anterior to life,
Posterior to death,
the Initial of Creation,
and the Exponent of Breath."
My biggest hurdle is getting through the trauma of my childhood because to be honest it effects more than one area of my life, including my weight. I'm doing well tho.