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Don't Wait for the Feeling

Thursday, January 02, 2020

It's so evident to me currently that my feelings can be so misleading. The current trend of letting "how you feel" be the reason for anything does not work. Sometimes, with me often, I have to ignore how I feel and "just do it." Wish I wasn't fighting this so hard but my current mindset is to just forget it all & quit struggling.
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  • no profile photo CD25374186
    Do you live in PA or WV?
    96 days ago
  • no profile photo CD25374186
    This blog is me! I Thank you for the comment on my blog. I will also do what you stayed in this blog. I would like to friend you, but not sure how to.
    96 days ago
    Just do it works. Sometimes thinking things over to much just make us freeze up.
    96 days ago
    I know what you mean. I can't trust myself in that way either.
    96 days ago
    Yes, some of the greatest challenges I face in trying to live more healthfully is because of being led by my feelings. I eat emotionally and that isn't good. This year, I'm trying to find other ways to cope with emotions. "Fitness Snacking," journaling, blogging, coloring, scripture, praying. Also, when I don't feel like walking (due to chronic depression), I am determined to make myself do it anyway.

    I hope things work out well for you. Hang in there!!!
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    96 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/2/2020 6:55:25 PM
  • MUGABI123
    Hope things work out for you.
    96 days ago
  • no profile photo IDAEVE
    Well, that does happen. Not to just you, but me too. I try my best to push through and just do it. If I don’t I am usually disappointed in myself. I know this can happen so that gives me the motivation. My workouts and food tracking have become more of a positive habit. You can do it too! emoticon
    96 days ago
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