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I crossed the line!

Friday, August 02, 2013

I've been a diabetic (diet controlled) for a couple of years now. Recently I've not been eating properly and am no longer diet controlled. I started my meds this week.

I could kick myself as I KNEW I would cross the line if I didn't take care but through simple greed I have worsened my health.

The meds are making me feel sick all the time, my blood sugars are bad and I'm so tired and thirsty!

At times I am my own worst enemy, unfortunately I'm not the only one who pays the price as if I carry on like this I wont live to a grand old age with my family. I also can't take them swimming if I don't feel right as I would feel that they wouldn't be safe with me feeling the way I do right now.

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    Each day, each choice is a golden opportunity to start FRESH! No matter how many times we've failed to follow our best intention, each second we have of breath - is another opportunity to choose better and live more in alignment with what we know is true and best for us. Don't despair. You're still alive and thus, stilli in the game!

    Check out INDYGIRL's page (
    asp?id=%7EINDYGIRL) - she started out completely bedridden and 450+ pounds a couple of years ago. Now, she weighs 210 pounds (but her pictures make her look tiny and FIT) and she is mobile. She began her journey believing every little movement, even micro-movement counts and leads to a bigger change! She was RIGHT! You CAN DO THIS! DON'T Fear and certainly DON'T GIVE UP ON YOURSELF! You are BEAUTIFUL & WORTHY! Blessings, Bliss! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2352 days ago
    I hope that you start feeling better soon.
    2357 days ago
    At least now you know that when you're off the meds again, it'll be worth it because you'll never want to go back to feeling this way, right? You can do this!
    2357 days ago
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