honestly NOT feeling good about my choices

Monday, November 22, 2010

When I eat junkfood my brain tells me I am "free" and if I want it then darn it I should have it. I have been doing that too much lately and this "freedom" is turning me into a prisoner. I have an ember inside me right now that needs to catch on fire with a resored passion to get me back to health and true freedom! I dont know what it is that turns the fire on and then fans it out over and over but that is for sure what happens! I need to remember that what I put in my mouth has nothing to do with my person freedom unless I am honoring my body.I eed to redefine that word.I have not weighed myself for a looonngg time and I probably should soon
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    It happens to us all. The call of the sirens of bad food choices. Take it a day at a time. Plan ahead. Stay away from the bad stuff.
    3073 days ago
    I really understand that. Trying to be "free" from my bulimia and yet still attempting to lose weight in a healthy way at the same time can kind of feel really ironic, like I'm just going round and round and round.
    I just joined SparkPeople and this team close to a week ago, and I'm finding it REALLY hard to get in the swing of things, regarding a healthy diet and exercise, especially for the fact that I'm trying to be accountable on the site for every bite that I do eat.
    It's been difficult, but I think the more I do it, the easier it will become, and I will end up stringing more binge and purge free days together in a row.
    3076 days ago
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    I've been exercising my "freedom" way too much lately too. For me I tell myself its okay to have something and I do but then I turn off my brain and pretend I'm not eating double or triple the amount I should be.

    We need to find the freedom that does not revolve around food!
    3076 days ago
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