FAIRYMELLY

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Ashamed

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

I feel so ashamed of my inability to stick with any diet for more than 3 months. I'm sick, and in so much physical pain it is hard to even get out of bed. BED? What bed? I'm so big I have to sleep on the couch. My bed hurts my back too much.

I know I should be feeling positive, but I'm not. I was working out 2 days ago, and started bleeding from my belly button, again. This is the same problem that derailed me a year and a half ago. Sometimes, I feel like I'm just not meant to get healthy.
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  • TRACYZABELLE
    I too would get the bleeding checked-- as a matter of fact before trying to overdo anything get a physical exam.. NEVER give up... emoticon
    2722 days ago
  • SHEBEAR66
    Don't give up, keep trying until you find what works for you. emoticon
    2724 days ago
  • LJCANNON
    emoticon We all have had days like that. I agree, you should have the bleeding checked out if you have not already done that.
    emoticon Remember you don't have to make Big Changes in your Diet or Activity Level. Just Small, Consistent Changes. Even if it is just doing some Chair Exercises during Commercials, or Adding Vegetables to each meal. They might seem "Insignificant" but they Do Add Up.
    2724 days ago
  • KACAR51
    I have days like that too! I have been feeling like curling up in a ball and staying that way! Sometimes it is really hard to make BIG changes in your life! But you can do this! Just take baby steps! Don't try to change everything at the same time! Remember, you are creating new habits and that takes time! You will get there!

    Have you talked to a doctor about the bleeding? You should get it checked out!

    Take things slow, it will all fall into place!

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    2724 days ago
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