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Friday, April 08, 2011


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  • NEENSTER1
    emoticon Be Encouraged. emoticon at a time. emoticon At least you realize your doing what your doing. It will be ok.
    2658 days ago
  • MLUDKE22
    Hey Girl,

    We all go through those periods of life where things just aren't going the way we want. I know that's how I gained all of my weight back. It's so difficult to be motivated to eat right & work out.
    Though when we're stressed, we need to do that more than ever. Especially the work out part. Not only is it good for us, but it is a stress release and will help you battle the hormones released when you're stressed out.
    I had a stressful week myself, I hadn't been to the gym in 3 days, and I was really starting to feel the effects of the stress (back ache, bad mood, etc...).
    It took everything in me, but I made myself run on the cross trainer for 45 minutes and do abs, and guess what? I felt a million times better! I worked out for 60 minutes and it totally negated the 3 days of stress!
    I hope this next week you can find time just for yourself to take a walk, go to the gym, or do something active.
    Don't focus on the eating as much right now. Take it in baby steps. Get active, then change your eating habits, then before you know it you'll be on the right track again!
    Good luck!
    2658 days ago
  • NETTIEDEE
    I struggled with binge eating for many, many years. I have two things to say to you:

    1. You CAN get well. I did.

    2. This is a good place to start:

    "Breaking from From Emotional Eating" by Geneen Roth

    http://www.amazon.com/B
    reaking-Free-Emotional-Eating-G
    eneen/dp/0452284910/ref=sr_1_3?
    ie=UTF8&qid=1302308191&sr=8-3-spell
    2659 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/8/2011 8:19:24 PM
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