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Don't Let Him In!

Monday, December 20, 2010

For nearly a week I've been thinking about my new years resolution and how to make them goals. I know that I need to write them down and they need to be specific. I'm not feeling well today and decided to stay home. I thought I would blog about my goals. But pessimism started to seep in. I thought about my meeting my weight goal by my birthday and making a new one but Mr. Pessimistic said "Do you really want to go to the gym that much". I thought about my goal of reflecting and writing in my journal at least three times a week and Mr. Pessimistic said "Now you know you aint gonna write in no stupid journal". My head was so foggy I almost forgot about my last one and there was Mr. Pessimistic "Silly fool, You said you were goanna get organized, look at this mess, do you really think this is going to be different than any other time?" Boy do I hate him. I'll have to blog about my goals when he leaves. He only got in today because I was sick and vulnerable.
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  • JIBBIE49
    Read Judith Beck, PhD's "The BECK Diet Solution". It isn't a DIET book at all but she teaches how to THINK like a THIN person and to shut up that negative voice in our heads.
    3829 days ago
    Your blogs do make me smile and that guy does like to spend time in my head as well.

    Have a great Christmas!

    3832 days ago
    This is great. You have such a crative way of expressing your feelings! I reeallllly identify with the things that you say. Feel better and have a merry Christmas. emoticon
    3833 days ago
    Yup . . . don't let him in!

    Hope you have a wonderful holiday and get some time to relax! I plan to take it easy for a few days after Christmas. Woo Hoo!
    3835 days ago
  • MAIA2011
    Take care of yourself and then boot him out the door!
    3835 days ago
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