Getting back on the wagon

Friday, August 21, 2009

I logged my food today! After I've been slipping just a lot on that. I thought well maybe it's time I eat whatever feels natural to me and not stress or obsess, but it seems like I really still need that tool because I just have no sense of perspective on food and nutrition yet.

I'm still dealing with a lot of depression and trying to sort out what meds I should be taking. It's hard to tell right now, what's the meds and what's me. I hope the psychiatrist will taper me off of counselor was concerned it's too many and so am I.

I'm also down on myself about some things, but I need to remind myself I've also made some amazing progress.

I want to continue to work on my self care and not let depression win over the new good habits.
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    Keep on doing what your doing! Your doing great! Remember to take things one step at a time . . . one day at a time.

    4276 days ago
  • DUCKEY1466
    I've been using SP now for about 3 months I faithfully log everything that I eat...and so far I've lost 25 pounds...But I HAVE to log everything if I don't I would be all over the! I guess for some people (me) you (I) have to see it on "paper" to make it real...

    Good Luck hun with everything...taking the meds is a good thing, exercise (even tho you may not have the mental energy to do it at times) is a great way to help the depression.
    4277 days ago
    You are doing it!
    4277 days ago
  • JULIA1775
    aww! Keep your head up and do the best you can....I am gonna add you as a friend! If you need something feel free to caht with me!
    4277 days ago
    i know what you mean about depression and meds.. i am right there with you.. i am zoloft at the minute which seems to be working good.. exercise seems to really help me too... just don't let your old habits come back.. goodluck with everything.. you can do it!!
    4277 days ago
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