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Bad Day...

Friday, February 01, 2013

I'm sitting here in my office at 8:00 at night, not wanting to go home. DH and I have had a big fight. I'm serioulsy thinking after 30 years together maybe we should go our own ways. I won't go into details.

I have not done Insanity today. I usually do it when I get home from work. I see my streak coming to an end and it makes me even sadder. If I break the Insanity streak, I'll break my exercise streak as well. I'm trying to motivate myself into getting up and at least doing my 100 squat challenge to get some sort of exercise in; but, I'm so depressed I can't seem to begin. It's weird being in this building alone at night.

I'm so sad....
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    You know I don't know what you are going through but dating & being married to the same person since 1984 I do understand. Try not to let it get in the way of your workouts because they will help you get through. I too stay at work late to avoid my marital problems but only for so long. He has probably cooled his heels? Go home & get your workout on or do 15mins & do some good stretching.....I don't hear no fat lady singing so it means that the story continues....

    God bless & be encouraged!

    1902 days ago
  • JO88BAKO
    I feel bad for you. My husband makes me mad sometimes. Try to get a good nights sleep. That will help you think better. Good luck!
    1902 days ago
  • KIMBERLY19732
    Wow, hang in there. Do some stretching or something--keeping that streak going will be a VICTORY and it seems like you need one emoticon
    1902 days ago
    We ALL have felt sad at times...hang in will feel better soon. You got this!
    1902 days ago
    Do thirty reps of something...just because! Don't let the fight derail your journey towards better health and a better lifestyle.
    1902 days ago
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