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Day 8

Saturday, November 12, 2016


Today is my favorite kind of day because both my husband and me are home. We sit and watch football, laugh and catch up all day. With him working and going to school and me with a full time job, we find it hard to catch up in the middle of the week. He has a super fast metabolism, and pretty much eats what he wants which use to upset me. As I have started my self- healing that anger and frustration has melted away. It's nice he can eat what he wants. When I took my first step, the path wasn't as clear. In fact it was filled with a lot of anger and self- loathing. I took blind steps forward, working on my self- worth, then tackling my addiction. Now I feel that I'm in a straight, easier path (though I'll always be battling addiction) I feel I'm in a place to get my weight under control. And I feel like it's do-able! Friendsgiving is Tuesday! I work on Thanksgiving, so we are meeting some friends and going all out. I look forward to it every year. Hope everyone has a good weekend!
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  • no profile photo L_DROUIN
    Sometimes taking the first step is the hardest...Just do it! Thanks for sharing. Both of us are retired and we enjoy being together. I love to see my Hubby enjoying himself. He loves to go hunting and enjoys the walking and seeing nature too. He gets tired(He's 71), but I try to have his meal ready when he comes back so he can eat and relax.
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  • CUSOCCERMOM
    I like this. We. As a country need to take this attitude qith the election and terump. Give him a chance. Thw people voted him in. Take the fiest step toward peace. Have a great weekend
    1613 days ago
  • GINA515
    It sounds like you're doing really well. Thank you for the inspiration. I love this quote!
    1613 days ago
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