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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Nothing - just my thoughts of:

1. Why and how do I learn from the past so I don't let this weight problem happen again.

2. Why can I seemingly be happy now but never in the past. Learn about the past and why.

3. Likewise, how did I let my weight pile on - learning, try to learn and take the lessons and etch them in my heart.

4. Enjoy this transformation - so many lessons, things, people look and behave differently now that I'm throwing love and goodness out there.

5. I am perfect the way I am and most of all, happy that I am happy for a change. Genuinely happy about me and where I'm going no matter where I've been.

6. There is no 'way to happiness', 'happiness is the way'. - Wayne Dyer

Happy Wednesday!
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  • FIREFLY4407
    Self reflection and self awareness are not always easy, but will help you become the person you want to be - inside and out...
    P.S. that's definitely not "nothing"
    1888 days ago

    Comment edited on: 2/20/2013 10:26:26 PM
    1889 days ago
    Just make sure to keep an eye out for things that trigger the negative emotions, that way you can avoid or neutralize them when they do crop up!
    1889 days ago
    You're not seemingly happy, you ARE happy. Enjoy this new way of life!
    1889 days ago
    Focus on #4 and 5; thanks for sharing.
    1889 days ago
  • _BABE_
    I think you answered your own questions with #5. Be happy that you are doing something now and it doesn't matter where you have been....all we have is NOW.

    I know that you never want to go back to the negative Dave...and maybe you are afraid something will trigger him but I don't think so....we are never the same person as we move forward into the future....you are forever changed and changing...does that make sense( it is late). emoticon
    1889 days ago
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