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Getting Back on Track!

I'm slowly getting back on track. THANK YOU SPARKPEOPLE for being here for me!

I've never been one to deal with depression in the past, but over the last year, I've been dealing with it head on. Spark keeps me going. The encouragement and advice, as well as tools for success, are at my fingertips and I can honestly say I couldn't survive without all of you!

I'm not going to give up on me either because I've got to live with me for the rest of my life, so with the ...
I'm slowly getting back on track. THANK YOU SPARKPEOPLE for being here for me!

I've never been one to deal with depression in the past, but over the last year, I've been dealing with it head on. Spark keeps me going. The encouragement and advice, as well as tools for success, are at my fingertips and I can honestly say I couldn't survive without all of you!

I'm not going to give up on me either because I've got to live with me for the rest of my life, so with the encouragement found here, I'm beginning to get back on track!
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Member Since: 11/3/2011

SparkPoints: 14,726

Fitness Minutes: 10,183

My Goals:
To become the best me that I can be.

To make healthy life decisions.

Whether I eat or drink may whatever I do glorify my God!

"More of Him....Less of Me!"

Increase water intake, decrease sodium and establish and follow an exercise regime.

To taste life...not comfort food!

My main goal is to NOT GIVE UP!



My Program:
Making Positive Choices





Personal Information:
Shannon - central Indiana.

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I am a Midnight Mustang in the BLC26

I enjoy dog training; developing my mind and now my body!

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2LABS2LOVE
11/20/2014 10:50:08 PM

emoticon Did you get boots for Martin? I have been praying.... emoticon



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TRANSFORM-ABBY
11/16/2014 2:25:06 PM

The cold weather is getting to me, but it will not win the war. What is getting to you and slowing your progress? Let me know and I will gladly pray with you for your victory. Whatever the challenge, let's keep the main thing the main thing and find the victory there. Enjoy the journey, and remember, progress--not perfection. Change comes here a little and there a little as we stay the course. Remember that true success is in how we make the journey, not the destination. If we lose all our weight but fail the change the habits that put us there, we may feel victorious in reaching the destination, but it will be short lived if we don't find the victory needed on the journey of true change. emoticon emoticon emoticon Darlene emoticon Go Mustangs! There is victory in the journey lived well.



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TRANSFORM-ABBY
11/11/2014 10:40:42 AM

emoticon I am joining your heart today for that beloved family and their friends as they lay the tired body of that precious one to rest. God is faithful to be near to the broken hearted and give them comfort. emoticon



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LITTLK
11/8/2014 9:08:44 AM

How are things going with your nephew there? How long will he be staying with you? How old is he? I think of you often and hope all is well your way.
Kris



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TRANSFORM-ABBY
11/5/2014 11:59:57 AM

Worry over the future breeds anxiety. Fretting over the past breeds depression. Both can stop our good movement forward and put us in front of the TV with a bad movie and too much of the stuff we don’t need to put into our bodies. That horrid cycle, of course, breeds regret and dread that brings us to more of the same. I believe that is called “insanity”.

Instead work to stay in the present taking the next step needed for living to the full the “now” that is before you, having learned better ways from past experience and pushing forward with hope that right action now will produce a better tomorrow. This is living life with power that produces a good outcome and protects our journey from wasting away.

Plan for the future, yes; but let the first plan be to live your best you in the now you have to possess.




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