Haven't posted in awhile...

Monday, July 29, 2013

I'm going through a really stressful time right now.

Broke up with a few friends, and I also got into a car accident.

I've been super depressed about the fact that my insurance is going to go up and the fact that I'll have to get a new car, which is going to be a ton of money.

I got into graduate school and I have a job interview tomorrow, but I'm still crawling out of the shock of the accident.

I've lost my appetite and it's kind of freaking me out. I find myself at 800 calories at 9 at night and then I have to rush to make sure I get to minimum (1600-1700).

I'm losing weight, but I don't know how happy I should be about it since it's coming from me being depressed and not eating much.

Hope you guys are doing well. I'm still exercising and making sure I eat right. Keep your head up all of you!
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    Stop! for a minute before you make too many moves. If you take the time to think about your situations you will, more than likely, find that your issues are more controllable than you thought. Weight loss during illness is not a good thing. Also, you need energy to carry out the many tasks you have to complete. Question: Do you have someone else you can delegate some of your work to--like a brother to evaluate the car you need in the future.

    Realize your blessings!

    2810 days ago
    Take the time to process where you are. It's not necessarily a bad thing, it just is. Stress, yes. Challenge, yes. All of it, yes, but in all of it, the judgy all the people is YOU, YOU who handle and process and experience these things right effing now. Be patient. You're doing great, who gives a f*ck aobut your program???

    Come back when you can, as you are.

    We're here, applauding.
    2811 days ago
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