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Gotta stop.

Saturday, May 12, 2012

I have got to stop this emotional roller coaster I am on. I have days I do good with my food and other days I don't. I know part of it is stress and part of it is my body recovering from being sick. I just have to say no and stop eating when I am stressing out. We all have days we do this and it is hard we just want to say ok just go ahead and eat and then after we have done it we feel guilty and beat our selves up. So here is to a better week this next week. With graduation week over it should be a less stressful week now all that is left is just to see my grandson walk across the stage the 24th of this month yea he is graduating from high school.
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    I hear ya! I myself had a great food day yesterday, but woke up with a headache. Something I must have eaten had an adverse effect. Keeping our food intake at a normal level becomes more important every day. It is a journey for sure. Keep at it emoticon and you will!
    2153 days ago
    Oh, the trials of being human. . . We can win this battle one choice at a time. Sounds like there have been a few poor choices recently, but I'm gonna bet there have also been a lot of good choices mixed in there.

    Failure isn't when you fall down, failure is when you don't pick yourself back up again. You are a winner. I can see it in your tracker and read it in your posts. We're here to help you back up and cheer as you succeed!
    2156 days ago
    Hang in there! You've come so far, and a day or two here or there isn't going to break you! You've got the right spirit! We're starting to schedule our time Stateside. Looks like we'll be in Oklahoma late September/early October. Maybe this time I can really meet you!
    2166 days ago
    I had a couple moments of weakness this week myself. Here's hoping we both have better weeks next week!
    2167 days ago
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