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CMCOLE Posts: 2,667
6/12/12 7:07 A

Find a neighbour or the SPCA who will let you walk a dog (if you are able to do so).
Dogs are abundantly uplifting, and love you without reservation.

Exercise - walk, bike, garden.

Go to a garden centre and enjoy the colours

Do anything EXCEPT sit and mope - whether it's a craft, reading, or exercising - get involved in something outside your current surroundings.

I know it won't remedy the situation; but taking your mind off it, will possibly take your thoughts in a more positive direction

Definitely eat appropriate selections

JENNI_X Posts: 238
6/12/12 5:56 A

Sorry to hear that :-( I'm the same, first I eat because I feel so sorry for myself and then I just feel pain inside me and don't feel hungry at all.
Try to get together with a good friend and cook something nice together. Then you can talk to her how you feel and also give your body some energy.

6/12/12 2:34 A

I'm so sorry. emoticon You might try smoothies (esp. green smoothies that have some leafy green veggies in them as well as the fruit) or soup. I would just try to make the food that you do eat, as nutritiously dense as possible.

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6/12/12 1:07 A

Whenever I get dumped I either start eating brownies and cry all day or can't eat anything and cry all day. I know it's not healthy but today has been one of those days where I can't eat anything. I think I've had less than 600 calories today and I'm not even hungry. I just don't feel like eating anything. I know I will feel a little better in a few days and a lot better in a few weeks, but I just don't know if I can wait that long. Does anyone have any good tips that will make me feel better now and help keep me on track?

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