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Negative Self Talk

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

I know I'm disgusted with myself, but I am still shocked at how prevalent and POWERFUL my negativity is. I've taken a 3 mile walk/jog at lunchtime yesterday and the day before, and for the entire 3 miles, I've worried about my ass jiggling, what the construction workers think when I pass, how my muffin top sticks over my pants when people approach, and whether people laugh at the fat girl trying to jog.
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  • NCLAUSON1
    I went through that stage when I first started you just have to get past all that while you are out look around at all the people around there are others that are worse off than us just keep up the great work & you will overcome this I promise 😁
    1612 days ago
  • THEOMIE
    P.s. so what if your ass does giggle, the more gigling it does the toner it will get. Think positive. You got thisπŸ‘πŸ˜‰
    1612 days ago
  • THEOMIE
    Anyone else who belittles what you are trying to achieve by going out there is a fool. You hold your chin up and don't worry about them. You are the one fighting for what you want, not them. They will have to fight there battles on there own.
    1612 days ago
  • THEOMIE
    I think you have to give yourself some slack. You are trying to make a positive chainge for yourself and most times it's tough. But you are doing it. Both you and your body are fighting for the same cause.
    1612 days ago
  • THEOMIE
    I'm sorry you have to endure those kind of thsughts. I know how crippling they can be. I always find I need a distraction like music to stop listening to my inner monologue.
    1612 days ago
  • no profile photo ELRIDDICK
    Thanks for sharing
    1612 days ago
  • 123AWESOME
    Picture yourself a month from now, listen to music and tune the world out. You've got this!
    1612 days ago
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