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just sayin’ …good grief

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Day 3 of walking on my treadmill … we have snow on the ground here. Springtime in the Rockies. My sugar withdrawal headache has lessened.

WatermEllen … I wish my issue was a heaping spoon of sugar in coffee and I just wanted to back a bit off of it. Sugar overload for me is … well, food items loaded in sugar and me loading up in large quantities of said items.

Emotional eating for me … is chompy foods … and a side of ice cream with chompy things on it.

MeadsBay … God bless ya. I thought of you while I walked today with Tina (Turner).

Grief … Elizabeth Rubler-Ross says there’s 5 stages to grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.

I'm bouncing through all of them and back again.

BUT … I stopped eating it.

Change your mind … and the rest WILL follow.
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    When a person finally comes to the place of acceptance that is a good place to be because no amount of bargaining or denial will change the facts. Sometimes the best thing to do is cry it out Until there are no tears left to cry. But please do be good to Yourself.... ((hugs))
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    76 days ago
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    76 days ago
    There is no easy way.
    76 days ago
    Be gentle and patient with yourself, Girl. Try to make the next choice a healthy one and keep trying. You’ve been through a lot and it’s natural to seek comfort. You will get through all this, but it will take time. emoticon emoticon
    76 days ago
    Those stages? Not everyone traverses them in the same order, and yes, they do come back. I bargained for a looooong time but none of my bargaining will ever bring back a loved one!

    Hang in there, and treat yourself gently! emoticon emoticon
    76 days ago
    You can do it. It takes time.
    76 days ago
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