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Tired, Troubled

Friday, September 04, 2015

Another cortisone injection for a total of three, weight up four pounds, smart-ass blogger saying if you eat less you will lose weight. I sincerely hope smart-ass one day has the experience of pain, cortisone, and not losing weight on 1359-1500 calories a day.

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    Please don't let what others say or what you believe they are thinking color your days. What you know should be the only thing that matters to you.

    God bless!

    1318 days ago
    Each of us is different, and you're dealing with some extra challenges. Ignore the blogger. You need to focus on doing what's right for YOU - and right now that is getting your pain under control and continuing to do what you CAN do. Know we are here for you!
    1324 days ago
    emoticon Hang in there - pain makes life more difficult to deal with. I totally understand the not being able to exercise the way that you want to and the being told well - if you do it this way it will work. Ya, okay, you don't know my body. Heck, I didn't put 2 and 2 together for a long time and still working on it. I hope that the injection works and that the pain eases. Hang in there and check out the chair exercise team if you haven't already. There are some great resources there.
    1325 days ago
    You're just grumpy...pain does that. You really wouldn't wish pain on someone else. I know you're not that kind of person. Be nice, even when you're having a bad day. It'll make you feel better. Surely you have read one of the SP articles about how to sideswipe a bad mood. How about a nice ride in the country, topped off by a stop at a farm stand to buy your favorite fruits and vegetables? Mmmm
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    1325 days ago
    Don't lose hope! We're here if you need us! emoticon
    1325 days ago
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