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Stinking thinking? Unhealthy and in pain. Living with frustration, shame and guilt from failed diet efforts? You are not alone. Easy Solution.
It’s said that “we are only as sick as our secrets” – so here’s mine!!!
Today I am having a difficult time with the whole “recovery thing”. It’s not that I’m going to use (even if my brain thinks I want to – tricky thing the brain is), and it’s not that I’m going to stay in this feeling all day, but for the moment – recovery seems hard. I don’t always want to do “the next right thing”, and “see the best in everyone”, and “find the blessing in the situation”. Sometimes I get angry or upset or sad and I need to remember that that’s ok too – as long as I don’t sit in it for too long. Recovery HAS taught me that if I share how I feel, look at what I’m grateful for, and help another addict, it will keep me from using…and that if recovery was easy – EVERYONE would be doing it. So it’s not easy, but it’s certainly well worth it! But like I said…today I’m having a difficult with the whole “recovery thing”.
Stay strong, ~felice~
WHAT are you WILLING to CHANGE?
ADDICTIVE BEHAVIORS AND THE ADDICTIVE PROCESS. Any activity, substance, object, or behavior that has become the major focus of a person’s life to the exclusion of other activities, or that has begun to harm the individual or others physically, mentally, or socially is considered an addictive behavior.
So Why Weight?
YOU ARE NOT ALONE
Our Why Weight for Recovery community understands that it’s our shared thoughts and feelings and not our differences that make us the same. Below are some of the behaviors of compulsive overeaters:
Obsessing with our body’s weight, size and shape
Preoccupation with reducing diets
Inducing puking after eating
Inappropriate and/or excessive use of
Using diuretics and laxatives
Chewing and spitting out food
Use of diet pills, shots or other medical
Intervention, including surgery, to control weight
Inability to stop eating certain foods after taking the first bite
Fantasies about food
Vulnerability to quick-weight-loss schemes
Constant preoccupation with food
Using food as a reward for comfort
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Recovery is a new beginning. It’s a journey of infinite miles taken one step at a time. It’s opening up, letting go and having all the faith it takes to leap. It’s hope and sweat and tears and joy. It’s peace of mind and strength of heart. It’s for now, it’s forever, it’s for love, it’s for life, it’s for us. ~fc~