CINDYSDAY
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I have failed

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

I weigh 298. I can't find any motivation to do anything about it. Husband is probably losing his job by the end of next year. We are going to sale our house and find something smaller. My 30 year old son with Asperger's is not handling the changes well. I have no one to talk to so here I am. Fat and depressed
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  • MAMAGWEN1
    You have not failed. You have a husband and family that love you and your Spark friends.
    Sending hugs.
    18 days ago
  • MARINEMAMA
    Prayers and hugs your way emoticon emoticon
    41 days ago
  • ANNIESADVENTURE
    Many of us feel like that sometimes. It can be overwhelming.
    Problems don't last forever. You will catch your breath again. Not saying it's easy.
    Sending you hugs.
    41 days ago
  • CHRISTINEBWD
    Oh Cindy, life's problems can seem so overwhelming sometimes. emoticon
    41 days ago
  • GRAMLOCK77
    We could all say we've failed. I have failed over and over again. With God's help, I get back up and go again. It's not always easy. I know someone who has gone through much with chronic illness and is always sick and tired. She has written some books and is giving her ebooks away free this week. You might like to check them out on Amazon. It may be an encouragement to you. This is my referral link to one of them. https://amzn.to/2LJSx6V
    42 days ago
  • KITTYHAWK1949
    Life isn't fair and sorry to hear you are down. You haven't failed as you are not quitting. You are still here and that is a good thing. Sometimes you just keep going through the motions and don't wait for the motivation. I am having trouble keeping my motivation up but I just try to do what I can like drink more water.
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    42 days ago
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