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SPARKS HAS MOTIVATED ME AGAIN:

Thursday, October 15, 2009

I am so happy today when I read the blogpost about the woman who says that she read something that motivated her. It did the same thing for me today also. I have been losing weight all summer. Now that it is Fall season I have been eating up a storm. I need to stop myself right now, before It really get's outa hand? I cannot believe after I was feeling so good, I would backslide and start that again? It just showed me I cannot forget about my weight ever? I have just celebrated 1 year of sobriety off of drugs. I have to remember this everyday, otherwise I will forget that, and start using drugs again. I have to work hard on that. I don't know why I thought I didn't have to do the same with the weightloss situation. I know now, I need to get a grip on it, just as hard as I have on my sobriety. I will not forget where I came from, I just wanted my future to be a better one. I am not ashamed of my past. I just don't want to kill myself and maKe it my last year of life. I am proud of myself as is my family also. I cannot stop now, It would just let me down especially. I even asked God to help me lose weight. I am ashamed of that, cause this is something that I can handle. I don't need to bother God with my eating habits. I need to help others and forget about eating habits and help others. Then I will have something to be proud of. I think I know where I need to start from now on. I thank the lady with the blogpost I read today. I just want to help anyone else who is going back to their old ways. Don't wait until you really slip back into the old ways you preferred to forget. Okay, I am on my way out, and thanks for the help on my weightloss ideas today!
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  • CYNDY_55
    *** emoticon ***On"Your"~*1*~Year" emoticon emoticon emoticon ~*~
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    emoticon Sobriety*Rocks* emoticon *~*~~~~~~~~~
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    3317 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/18/2009 3:11:01 AM
  • HICALGAL
    congrats on your 1 yr sobriety!! emoticon

    i also have an eating problem and i find that sparking and encouraging others has helped me stay on track. i believe that hearing the constant words of encouragement that i give to others bounces right back to me. keep up the good work! emoticon emoticon
    3318 days ago
  • LIFEHASCHANGES
    Congrats sister! Wow I didnt know you were at 1 year! I will be there in 2 more months! My anniversary is dec. 26th 2008. Thats the last time I used. I havent smoked cigarettes since nov. 7th 2008. I was so glad that even though I relapsed I made a conscious effort not to light up another cigarette too. I had gotten about 1 month clean and sober before that demember relapse but it was on my own will. On december 26th I sought God with a right heart and He has completely delivered me. Its such a different feeling. I am sending u a PM because I have so so much more 2 say! Congrats again! We r living new lives!

    Peace in Christ-
    mrs. K
    3318 days ago
  • WILLOWWINDS
    One day at a time.

    Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in getting up every time we do.
    - Confusius

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    3318 days ago
  • CHAS1949
    It sounds like you "get it"!! Helping others can actually help YOU!!

    Congrats on past victories and I hope you continue to move forward on your goals.

    chas
    3318 days ago
  • COTEL1
    I am so proud of you. For all that you've overcome. I just wanted to say don't feel ashamed for asking God to help, HE IS OUR FARTHER he wants to help. Lean on him. Keep up the great work. emoticon
    3319 days ago
  • TWOCANS
    Congrats on your sobriety! Soinds like you're on your way up!

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    3319 days ago
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