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The unexplained sadness

Thursday, August 06, 2015

Today has been disastrous and a victorious all at once. I'm eternally grateful that I decided to give up bread for the week, otherwise I would have buried my face in it right about now. My sugar withdrawal is starting to set in badly at the same time that some hormonal issues showed their ugly face, so my mood and energy levels just completely plumaged today. I'm extremely sad and everything feels like a chore. I managed to go 200 calories under my goal, which isn't good at all and probably didn't help with the energy and I didn't move very far from my bed.

On the positive side, I didn't cave and bury my feelings in food. emoticon

Now I'm going back to bed and I refuse to come out until it's tomorrow.
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    You did great to fight off those cravings, especially with hormones trying to sabotage. Hope your rest helped, and you'll feel better tomorrow. emoticon
    1585 days ago
    Keep moving forward! One way I stay on track especially when hormones strike is I buy a sack of chocolate chips, divide them into servings in ziplocks and have them in the freezer. A little chocolate helps moods so much :3
    1585 days ago
    Get some sunshine if you can. Depression sucks, but you can get through it. Have you had a blood test lately? I had unexplained depression years ago and it turned out I was vitamin d deficient. It may help! *hugs*
    1585 days ago
  • NEPTUNE1939
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    1585 days ago
    I hate those kinds of day. Tomorrow will be better. ;)
    1585 days ago
  • BATGURL250
    Just take one day at a time. Tomorrow is a new day and I hope it is a much better one. We all need a day to take a break and it's okay to take that break. Just remember to start your exercise back up and not take a prolonged break emoticon . You can do it and you didn't bury yourself in food, good job!!!!
    1585 days ago
    Hang in there! You can do it.
    1585 days ago
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