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Been Super Busy

Tuesday, November 05, 2013

I have been super busy with the exercise, job coaching, homework, and several other things. My sleep and eating needs a lot more help right now for sure. I am also to the point that I am still constantly bingeing and on soda. I need help getting beyond this. I have been trying to get the anxiety/panic attacks to stop. There is constant stress with me for sure.
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  • RELISA4HEALTH
    Stress and anxiety are areas that many people deal with. I applaud you for sharing the areas that you are working on. I too, tend to turn to food when I am stressed or anxious. It is an area that can be conquered. Part of the victory is capturing the thoughts that bring you to the place where you want to eat.
    What I have found works for me is to walk on my treadmill. I also have a wonderful accountability partner who has been helping me.
    I am here to help if I can. I love to encourage . I am not an expert, but I am learning wonderful tools to help me to choose healthier choices.

    1698 days ago
  • no profile photo CD12702270
    I am sorry you are having a hard time. With the mental health issues you really need some breathing time or it all snow balls into a mess. I have started working and had some very stressful stuff going on. I can totally relate, I've been binging on cheese. Which I might as well just be eating fat!!! Hope it gets better! We can do this!!!
    2515 days ago
  • NEEDTOBESLIM3
    Good to see you back Monica. I hope and pray that the anxiety goes away soon. XX
    2515 days ago
  • -WISPY-
    Great to see you blogging Monica.
    Sending love Wispy
    2516 days ago
  • no profile photo CD13876765
    Caffeine from the soda will add to the panic/anxiety attacks. The best way to stop drinking it is to just stop buying it!
    2517 days ago
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