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Bad Days

Sunday, March 20, 2016

So I had a couple of Bad Days on the weekend. It's really hard to want to even get out of bed on those days, let alone do anything at all, including going to the gym.
I didn't sleep well Friday so I missed my class Saturday morning, which left me depressed and feeling like I'd ruined the whole day. I know that's not a healthy attitude to have, but when it's a Bad Day, fatalist and self-loathing attitudes are extremely hard to kick.
Yesterday was slightly better, my fiance was with me all day and tried his best to cheer me up. We went for a small walk in the evening, which made me feel less guilty about not going to the gym either day. I often wonder what I would do without him, he's definitely my rock.
I know I can't run away from Bad Days, I will have them sometimes, there's not much I can do about that. I just need to be stronger than they are and bounce back, if not today, then tomorrow, or the next day.
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  • ANAVERAGEJESS
    Thank you very much for the encouragement :)
    1859 days ago
  • ADVORAK6
    If need someone to give you more motivation I am here
    1859 days ago
  • KEEPITUP4LIFE
    When having a bad day, going for a walk is definitely a good way to help yourself feel better. If you can push yourself to at least walk, it will eventually add to lifting your spirits enough to keep going and add some more fitness to your day.

    We all have bad days, I had one the other day but I fought hard to get myself out of it and finally found a way. I visited my mom, took her dog out for a walk then felt good enough to go home and power walk with my own dogs. The next day I was feeling great.

    Keep pushing kiddo, You will get there.

    Hugs Susan emoticon

    1859 days ago
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