RAINLOVER

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interrupted by life

Tuesday, November 06, 2007


i've been doing pretty darn good for the past month, 2 months. i've gotten serious, i've committed to tracking food, i'mworking out, and i also allow myself to rest and to forgive myself for transgressions....and it's working! i'm down a few pounds, which is excellent!

now, here's the kicker - i was so ready to just give up because LIFE happened!! crazy, huh???? the past week has been pretty bad, lots of emotional crazy stuff and just lots of crying and moaning. and stuff still isn't settled. so, feeling sorry for myself, i was ready to binge eat, and not work out and just give up all together.

but then i realized, THIS IS LIFE. i can't stop trying to better myself because life gets in the way. how counterproductive is that? and why is it so obvious yet so hard?

Yes, life is hard and crazy and lovely and confusing and a mess. and if it was always easy, i most likely wouldn't be fat right now!

i guess my point is - i can't let life interfere with living
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  • DTBTSSANDFLUFFY
    THANK YOU i needed to read this .
    i have been doing the same as you weeping and moaning for the past 2 weeks.
    you and i can pull up out of this funky buisiness and show the depression part of us that we will not fall
    we are strong
    maybe if we get depressed we should GET MAD AT THE FOOD and not go back to our bad habbits.
    does this make any sense what i am saying
    take care
    from donna
    4770 days ago
  • COFFEE_KISS
    Life continues on, regardless of the choices you are making, good, bad or otherwise. You are smart to realize this and this makes you one step closer to sticking with your plan and keeping those goals in sight. You can do it!
    Heidi
    4770 days ago
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