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February 26, 2013

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

I just don't want to today....

I don't want to anything. I feel down and don't know why. I don't want to work (but I am), I don't want to even be out of bed. I hate feeling sorry for myself.

Maybe a sweat-inducing, heart-pumping workout would make me feel better. I don't know...but, I know I'm in a funk and don't like it.

I'm not really thinking about eating emotionally, though, which is good. It is weird to me that for the past few weeks, I lose my appetite when I am down, instead of wanting to stuff my face.

Maybe I'll smile. I read somewhere that smiling changes your attitude. Lemme try....
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    it's ok dear. i can sympathyze with you. There are days when i have felt that exact same way....it will go away and everything will be better...just hang in there and remember.... i am here if you need me
    1847 days ago
    When I feel like that I usually just don't do much...I do try and think of what I'm thankful for though. I also listen to music that is uplifting instead of music that goes along with my bad mood. Hope the day gets better for you. emoticon
    1879 days ago
    We all have been in your shoes, I feel that way a lot of days but once I start moving it get's my endophin going and I feel much better. I's a catch 22 because you don't really want to do anything but once you do you feel much better. You need a Drill Sargeant yelling at you!

    Go to it girllll! emoticon
    1879 days ago
    i know how you feel i have also had one too many of those days. its the reason why i am so heavy, but the workout will do some good. just hang in there. if you help me i can also help keep you motivated also.
    1879 days ago
    I have days just like this, what helps me is going to the gym, good luck and I hope tomorrow is better for you!
    1879 days ago
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