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I don't know why I open my mouth

Saturday, December 22, 2012

I'm gaining weight, quickly.
I started making bad choices at work one night when I had to stay unexpectedly. They've continued.
I have shown some control and moderation, but then I snap like a twig and dive head in to whatever crap is close by.
My one goal for the day:
I am going to stop and be mindful before I put anything in my mouth, fully weighing all consequences.
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    To this I would offer all the advice that you have offered my lately, but most of all be kind to yourself. You are not a number on a scale, or the result of you food choices, but a beautiful, talented, inspiring woman, who deserves to be treated how you would treat others. Take care, x
    1966 days ago
    You can do this! It's not about being good or bad, it's about feeling better. I have diabetes too, so I can feel your pain on at least parts of where you are. Remember to test and keep testing. I have had to start keeping a stash of stuff at my desk to eat at work. If I bring it, at least I know what's in it. The worst thing you can do is start beating yourself up about the weight gain. Keep taking your meds and use your meter. If you can keep 50% of your BG's in your target range YOU WIN! Find the small wins, and do something that makes you smile. I believe in you, and I don't even know you. It takes courage to admit when you're faltering. Remember that you have inner awesomeness on your side. Be well.
    1969 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/27/2012 5:17:20 PM
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    Hang in there & don't give up! Just one decision at a time if that is what it takes... emoticon Jen
    1973 days ago
    1974 days ago
    That's a good start. When I need motivation, I read blogs and articles on this site. What would motivate you?
    1974 days ago
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