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FEELING LIKE CRAP??

Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Sometimes, I have those days/weeks when I feel like NOTHING is or will EVER go right for me with reaching my "healthy life" goals and getting fit again. I am very hard on myself, and if I feel that I've failed or am not doing as well as I should be for whatever reason, I end up feeling a little depressed and basically, like CRAP! It's not that I feel sorry for myself or that I'm throwing myself a pity party, I just feel really bad, and sometimes I feel like saying "screw it all" and just GIVE UP. In the end, I don't give up, I keep going. Even if it takes me a couple of weeks/months, I get up, dust myself off, and get back in the game. I wish I could find a way to skip feeling like crap and just get to the part when I get up and try again. So, I'm trying this new thing that I made up today:

I will look into the mirror at least once a day and I say to myself(yes aloud), Kim you can do this. You are CAPABLE. You are READY. You are APT, and You are POSITIVE! So this is my NEW meaning for CRAP!--CAPABLE, READY, APT, POSITIVE! Please, feel free to use this for yourself. Hopefully we can all start to feel better and keep it MOVING on this journey to get healthy and fit! We can do it!
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  • EMPTYNEST6
    I am from South Carolina. I can't stay motivated. I have a depression problem that makes my life hard. Congratulations on your weight loss.
    3789 days ago
  • no profile photo CD1893531
    yo me siento igual en estos ultimos dias...
    no logro controlarme...

    Pero podemos! we can do it!
    3790 days ago
  • ARICVILLA2002
    Keep going my friend! You CAN DO IT!, You ARE CAPABLE of reaching anything you want. I understand you and know what you mean because i feel the same. But don't stop, remember, one step back, 2 steps forward!
    3791 days ago
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