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Relapse Prevention might help...

Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Still not so happy about myself but got my ordered book in the mail yesterday:
RPT - Relapse Prevention Therapy by Terence Gorski, and I hope to get som clues from it how to go on. I feel a little bit exhausted and down from the last days.

At the same time I am inspired... have been on a seminar about gender and growth that had some really good lecturers and as I have just finished my article I feel good about my day so far. Tonight I have the rehearsal with the theatre and that is okay, although I admit I would not mind going home to my sofa.

Did my hooping in the morning which I think is necessary if I want to get it done at all. I can feel all ambition disappear for every minute that passes...
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  • SILLYHP1953
    I feel better about my day when I can accomplish something early in the morning...though sometimes it's still all downhill from there. We had a power surge and it messed up my alarm clock. All I need to do is reset the alarm time, but haven't done it yet. I fixed the time but not the alarm, yet, so haven't been waking up early. Tonight I will fix it.
    2704 days ago
  • PARKERB2
    I was down this morning but after just gaining .4 in WW I back to been a little bit perkier. I had ate out a lot last week and over the weekend so I was expecting a big gain so when it was just .4 I will take that. Hope you have a great time reading your book. Have a good day.
    2767 days ago
  • SLENDERELLA61
    The book sounds very interesting. Hope it helps get that motivation up. I've had a little lull in my motivation recently, but just putting one foot in front of the other and keep trying seems to work best for me. Best wishes, Marsha
    2768 days ago
  • JOYINKY
    If you were your own sponsor, how would you help?
    2768 days ago
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