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How to move forward

Tuesday, October 03, 2017

Yesterday at my dr appointment I faced the ugly truth of what I already knew I had gained even more weight I'm at 354 pounds now. How did I let this happen? Eating and not moving. Combination of medication I am on thrown in the mix too. I have failed so many times, asking God for help so many times and I still fail. I don't know the answers that will catapult me to success or what motivation I require to stop sabotaging myself. Quote from a song sometimes we are addicted to sadness makes me confront if I'm addicted to failing. I feel broken and defeated that I cannot make this work for me. I lack the energy to move given the amount of medication I am on. Prayers to turning my life around 🌼🌸🌼
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  • BROWNCHRISTINE8
    Ask Him each morning to show you what you need to do to make it through today. I will be praying for you. ❤
    1251 days ago
  • BROWNCHRISTINE8
    And He brought you to this place and these people to be a source of encouragement and strength. So if you feel dejected and like the struggle is too great, don't ask Him to show you what you need to do to get to the end, instead
    1251 days ago
  • BROWNCHRISTINE8
    If you are praying and asking god to help you through this, just remember He gives us grace for all our short-comings regardless of what they may be, and in this He allows us to give ourselves grace, too.
    1251 days ago
  • BROWNCHRISTINE8
    The sad truth is that there is no catapult to success. For the things that truly matter it is a slow, painful plod along a road fraught with pitfalls.
    1251 days ago
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    May I suggest watching Dr Eric Berg on YouTube. Dr Berg has successfully helped thousands of people lose weight. He talks about intermittent fasting, and Low Carbohydrate diets.
    1251 days ago
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