clutterqueen wrote: »
I’d say we’ve all been there. We’ve all messed up. Failure isn’t falling down. Failure is not getting back up.
There’s one thing I do to help myself when I feel like I just want to eat something at the end of the day that’s more than the allotted calories I have left. I tell myself I can still have it TOMORROW! Most of the time that works. But you all know I still mess up plenty!@MadisonMolly2017 keeps talking about how important our habits are. I was thinking about that this morning when I was jogging. I’d just found out about an hour before that a friend of mine passed away from ALS. I knew the end was near, but I still feel so bad for the family. That’s where habits come in. I could’ve just skipped my workout, but it’s a habit that’s so ingrained that it never even occurred to me to skip it.
Higa2021 wrote: »
What would I say to someone? You're doing these best you know how, and that's got to be good enough. Keep going and you'll get there.
MaltedTea wrote: »
@DebyS137 thanks for inspiring @WhatMeRunning's post today. I've always been the type to (not so) jokingly berate myself as a part of stirring action or change.
It's definitely not how I would approach someone else dealing with a similar issue though 🤔
Welp, I have so many other neuroses to prioritize but I'll add this one to the list. See? Did it again 🤣
RangerRickL wrote: »
@WhatMeRunning Since I know that I cannot ever control anyone else nor know why someone feels the way that they do, the best that I can do is ask permission to walk alongside of another.
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