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Being consistant means giving yourself the POWER to choose.

Well, here I am.. changing my sparkpage again! It's been a rough year - mentally, emotionally and physically - and even though things in my life are still not perfect, and there are still a lot of stresses, I am back in a place where I am able to work on myself!

So this past year I've gained 40 pounds which puts me at the highest weight I've ever been at in my life. I've recently got some really great advice when I asked how to not be angry at myself for letting it get to this ...
Well, here I am.. changing my sparkpage again! It's been a rough year - mentally, emotionally and physically - and even though things in my life are still not perfect, and there are still a lot of stresses, I am back in a place where I am able to work on myself!

So this past year I've gained 40 pounds which puts me at the highest weight I've ever been at in my life. I've recently got some really great advice when I asked how to not be angry at myself for letting it get to this point - anger is not something that needs to be avoided but you need to make sure that it is directed in the right place. You cannot change the past so there is no reason to resent what has happened. Fuel your anger for what has happened in your life to make it better. Being angry at yourself does not get you anywhere, in fact it just keeps you in the same place. Letting go of the anger is what change is all about.

My Goals:
- Just keep moving forward
- Do at least 10 minutes of something every day.
- Work towards eating 90% whole foods.
- Work on NOT being angry at myself if things go wrong and focus on encouraging myself to keep going!
- Work on becoming consistent a little at a time.
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2BDYNAMIC
9/11/2014 5:13:59 PM

Hi Emma ............ I added you too as a spark friend .......... thanks for adding me ............... I have to relate to your status line as I am really tired too ................ (I blogged about why as I had kind of a set back this month) ............ But what the plan is now. Keep on sparking and I look forward to getting to know you ............. (Love your page too!) .......... Jan



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MCJOYFUL
9/10/2014 3:08:07 PM

Thanks for adding me as a friend. I have added you as well. Have a great day!



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MISSYRH3
8/8/2012 5:38:59 PM

Hi Emma, I wanted to respond to you. I wrote about quiting drinking diet soda. I quit cold turkey. I initially thought I would do 1 or 2 a day, but changed my mind after my first day. My first day I was doing ok, not much for cravings. Then we went out to eat for lunch and I had a diet coke, then i craved one the rest of the day, I just wanted to keep having more. The next day I had none and I didn't have as many cravings, but had a headache, so I did have a coffee for the caffeine. I'm not a big coffee drinker so I don't see switching to that :) Today is day 3 and going ok.



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*AMBER512
6/9/2012 8:23:10 PM

You don't seem pushy at all. I know it's something I should look into. Because I'm certainly not getting anywhere without talking it out. I hope my health insurance will cover it! I actually saw someone a few years ago when I participated in a anxiety drug study. I didn't have health insurance then and it seemed like a good way to get some therapy for free. Although it ended up just being about how I was doing on the pills (obviously!) I did learn a couple of things from him, but it wasn't exactly what I was looking for.

Trial and error is what it takes I guess!



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*AMBER512
5/31/2012 2:20:26 PM

I have thought about going to see someone, but that brings on my anxiety hard core! Which is probably exactly why I need to see someone! lol I just wonder how people are able to find therapists that they are actually comfortable talking to. I think I would feel so self-conscious!



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