day 6

Friday, July 06, 2012

Today was a fail... I can do better but I didn't .. tomorrow is a brand new day and will be a much better day...
I have to be better... as high as my blood pressure is I have to stop the craziness.. and I will... it is almost like I decided that today (really tonight) that I would say good bye to all the crap... by partaking of some... so stupid.
I feel really uncomfortable now and so ashamed..

anyways... once again tomorrow is a brand new day... right?
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    I have had many many "goodbye parties" with unhealthy foods. The problem is thinking you have to say goodbye in the first place, because if you think you'll never eat something again you are gonna eat mass amounts of it. Ironically it's actually more helpful to me to think "I can have WHATEVER I WANT, WHENEVER I WANT." Because getting healthier isn't about deprivation, it's about CHANGING what you want. In the beginning, it feels a lot like deprivation because the choice will be this "I want to be healthy more than I want this (or three servings of this)." But eventually your body will begin to react differently to healthy and unhealthy foods, and you will begin to crave healthier things, and the unhealthier stuff will become less appealing. Of course, I think we will always love unhealthy foods, but we'll be satisfied with less, and we'll learn where to stop. I am so glad you are blogging through this stage and I hope we can help each other through this!
    2118 days ago
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    Breathe in and breathe out - maybe find some yoga or meditations to try. Stressing about your blood pressure is still stressing. If you need to take your health journey in smaller bite size servings. Try to do one thing at a time instead of all at once. It's not an all or nothing journey.

    Hope you have a better day today. emoticon
    2118 days ago
    Tomorrow is a new day filled with new opportunities.

    2119 days ago
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