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Dealing with set backs

Saturday, December 21, 2013

Growth and wisdom are two of the gifts that I have received on this journey. I see these attributes when I have small set backs or slip ups. I have dealt with two surgeries since October and was limited with exercise choices. I have not been able to keep to my earlier exercise routine so I have to make do with what I can do! In the past this would be an excuse to just go back to my old way and give up on exercise and eating healthy, since I can't do the exercise I want....why not. I know that my limitations from surgery are finally coming to a end and I am looking forward to getting back to my exercise program!! I have also learned that when I have a slip up I don't have to turn it into a catastrophe! It is just what it is and I need to go back to my healthy choices asap!! I am doing this for myself and I am the priority!! To me these examples show me the growth and wisdom that I have learned on this journey ...thanks to Spark People and all the wonderful members!!
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  • DRUIDPRINCESS
    I love your positive attitude. You really are an inspiration to us all. Listen to your own body and to your medical team as you return gently, healthily and sustainably to your exercising.

    I look forward to reading about your successes in your future blogs!
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    2533 days ago
  • SIMPLELIFE4REAL
    Great blog....learning how to deal with set backs is part of the journey!
    2534 days ago
  • MARIAJESTRADA
    I was in a wheel chair for two months with an ankle injury and skin cancer surgery. Now, I'm having a really, really hard time getting back into my groove. (Plus, these darned holiday drinks aren't helping the cause.) Anyway, I decided to stop beating myself up for where I'm at and try my best. I hope you keep going strong!
    2534 days ago
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