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DAY #67 LET IT GO - ROUND 2

I have found myself feeling a bit resentful about these lessons lately. Linda is always asking us to dig up memories and/or hurts and such from the past. Well, quite frankly, I just don't dwell on those things and I don't find it beneficial to keep bringing them up. My DH seems to sweep any problem under the proverbial rug. It used to make me so angry that he wouldn't face the situation/problem/argument. This kind of "sweeping" is an avoidance behavior that I don't think is healthy. On the other hand, holding on to hurts & resentments and replaying them again and again is not healthy either.

So I looked at today's lesson a little differently. I asked myself this - Do I eat because of past hurts and resentments I'm holding on to? The answer was NO I do not. That doesn't mean the memories are there. Memories never go away. But I have learned that Holding On hurts no one but myself.

I have done a lot of work on myself so that I could Let Go. Sometimes when my brain runs into the past I may remember those hurts/resentments, but I quickly recover and regain my balance. It has truly given me a sense of freedom.

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Day 67 Let it go

Recognize areas where you are holding a hot coal, and make a conscious decision to let go of it. Work on healing your heart, and you’ll probably find that eating to punish someone else will stop as well.

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• Identify a situation or event where you’ve had trouble letting go of your feelings.
• Consider the benefits of holding onto your anger, sadness or other emotions.
• Decide that it’s time to let go of those feelings and heal your heart. Write about this.


• Identify a situation or event where you’ve had trouble letting go of your feelings.

I can think of a few situations that have the power to make me cry, and I also feel that I have made efforts to resolve them, I haven't just ignored them, but I haven't found a solution that doesn't trigger my sense of sadness or anger, and I feel the other individuals aren't interested in changing. So I am trying to let it alone in most of the situations. The one with my DD, I am trying to do things differently, to keep trying different things until there may be a change. And sometimes I just let it rest and try not to react in judgement of whether it is right or wrong, but just try to observe and be curious about what is going to happen next. No major pain, I hope, but if I am defensive, I will be reactive.

• Consider the benefits of holding onto your anger, sadness or other emotions.

I don't really want to hold on to these emotions, it's just that I don't know the resolution at the moment.

• Decide that it’s time to let go of those feelings and heal your heart. Write about this.

I am trying to put myself in the position that it isn't only about me, and I am trying to detach from the power the other individuals have over me to provoke those strong negative emotions. I can't control everything, I can gravitate toward the areas I feel good about and all the good things in my life. I feel very blessed. I think these last days I have looked for instances where I have strong negative emotions that are unsettling and that I want comfort/relief from for the sake of the Spangle exercises and I have found some. Most of the time, I am an optimist and don't obsess much about the negative parts of my life. I don't scheme revenge on people that hurt me or try to hurt them back. It may cross my mind in the heat of the moment, but it is not something I would actually do. I prefer to detach, I believe I can't always see the bigger picture and that is why I can't resolve all of my negative situations.

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I thought I wasn't supposed to stuff my feelings, I was supposed to feel them and resolve them. This day is about releasing things that make you feel bad that you don't have control over. I thought I was doing the exercise wrong because my solution was to let it go, but that was what we were supposed to do :) Stuffing feelings and not processing them is about just that, but once you have felt your feelings and have processed them and you don't have a solution in your power, ... , then you let the negative feelings go, don't keep feeling bad and don't let the negativity eat at you.

Also, I don't have the book so am missing out on the some of the information. I did the first Beck trek without the book, I found I learned a lot more with the book on the 2nd Beck trek, but it was kind of fun to go with just the Spark team and try to understand the daily lesson objectives.

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100 More DWL - Day 67 Let it go
Work on healing your heart, and you’ll probably find that eating to punish someone else will stop as well.

• Identify a situation or event where you’ve had trouble letting go of your feelings.
Sometimes with my daughter we argue as she always thinks 'she knows best', sometimes she is right but occasionally almost is that 'hot coal' in my hand and I have to consider which battles are worth fighting for!

• Consider the benefits of holding onto your anger, sadness or other emotions.
As I just said with maturity I do consider which 'battles are worth fighting for' and have learned to walk away a little.

• Decide that it’s time to let go of those feelings and heal your heart. Write about this.
I try to let go of the negative feelings whenever I can for my own health, mental and physical. I know I need to be more positive and try to encourage better behaviour perhaps by demonstrating it myself too! I know these things only hurt in the short term and only if I let them!

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Day 67 - Let it go



Recognize areas where you are holding a hot coal, and make a conscious decision to let go of it. Work on healing your heart, and you’ll probably find that eating to punish someone else will stop as well.

Today

• Identify a situation or event where you’ve had trouble letting go of your feelings.
This topic is too difficult for me to work on right now. I need to come back later and revisit it and give it more thought as I continue to heal my heart over the loss of my loved ones.

• Consider the benefits of holding onto your anger, sadness or other emotions.

• Decide that it’s time to let go of those feelings and heal your heart. Write about this.





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My hardest thing is how my husband treats me. I have worked on forgiving him for the past and then tonight he makes some annoying joke.”What have you been doing? Ha ha”
I was making dinner in a thunderstorm in the dark because are electricity went out, then cooked more when it came back on.
I wanted to go buy ice cream but delayed that and bought some cards. I was still tempted but my stomach hurt, so I drank water.


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In some ways I let go too easily! I once read that I was born in the year of the Wood Horse - and a characteristic is being about to just get up and move on. Lucky, aren't I?! My friends don't always agree with me - I have one friend who is still angry about the way my brother and sister treated me over my father's Will. I couldn't care less really - but I do sometimes use the story to empathise with others.

When I was younger it took me a long time to get over my husband not wanting to be with me any more. And again when my son's father abandoned me - it took me a few years' to let go of that.

I am also a bit of an 'elephant' if someone wrongs me - I'll never give them a second chance or trust them again!

But I don't kind of hang on to it - at least not consciously.

I guess it's time to let go of my feelings about the careers adviser who told me not to set my sights too high when I said I wanted to be a French teacher!

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I've definitely got some baggage. I'm hanging onto some feelings that I need to let go. I need to forgive. It's hurting me. I doubt that it's hurting anyone else.

Letting go will of grief has become extremely difficult for me. It definitely takes a long time to heal and we all grieve and heal in our own way.

I'm journaling a lot and it's helping me. I've even written letters to those I grieve.

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"Decide that it's time to let go of those feelings and heal your heart." ~Linda
Last round - healthy eating and exercise helped me let go of negative boss.

I will use the same skills for family and friend relationships : letting go of little hurts to focus on my health so that I can continue to enjoy the wonderful people in my life.

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100 More DWL, Day 67 Let it go

Recognize areas where you are holding a hot coal, and make a conscious decision to let go of it. Work on healing your heart, and you’ll probably find that eating to punish someone else will stop as well.

Today

• Identify a situation or event where you’ve had trouble letting go of your feelings.
• Consider the benefits of holding onto your anger, sadness or other emotions.
• Decide that it’s time to let go of those feelings and heal your heart. Write about this.

Hmmm, eating to punish someone else...not for me. I've eaten to punish myself! Either way, learning to let go is an essential part of healing. It's an ongoing process.

The biggest percentage of time, I do let go of my anger and sadness. The toughest part is letting go of grief. It takes time to heal. I'll continue to work on it through prayer.

Yes, it's time to heal my heart.

Joy is a Choice. Choose joy moment by moment.

When all else fails, persistence prevails.

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Day #67 Let It Go

There seems to be a set number of topics/events that have happened in my life that I keep writing about in these lessons. Obviously they are the ones that affected me the most. I have felt the exact way that Linda's Ron describes regarding hurt feels. I use the example of being hurt because I don't seem to hold onto feelings of anger.

I have said "I just can't get over it!" Linda says there I simply wasn't ready to let go of my hurt. I would say "not being ready" didn't even enter the picture. I simply did not know how to let go. It was God that helped me with that lesson. My hurts seem to stem from feelings of not being loved or feeling like I am not loved (because, after all, if you loved me why or why not would you do that to me?!).

I have worked through these feelings. I have leaned to LET IT GO. I have accepted that people show there love in all different kinds of ways. I have come to the realization that just because I don't have a ton of friends who call me all of the time it does not been that I am unlovable. I have done the best I can to be loving towards others. So when I find myself feeling unloved I tell myself I Am Enough! I Am O.K.! and I remind myself that even if no one else loves me I know God does and that is all anyone needs!

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Time limit to consider options then...Letting Go!
Making progress by not eating when solving problems. Current work dilemma with negative person. Actually ate less and exercised. Setting time limits and moving forward to more productive, creative pursuits. Letting go of daily mistakes faster --prevents build-up. Lets Go! walking to think clearly.***Freedom from negative thoughts.
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I must say that once again 100 MORE DWL is very therapeutic/healing for me. I am enjoying it, learning, growing and healing!

I saw that word 'toxic' and I must say that as I read the lesson that was a word that immediately came to mind for me too. I will get rid of toxic relationships. I will not beat myself up or expect so much of myself. I'm "OK" the way I am. I'm ME.

Anger, resentment, grudges only make me unhappy. That lets someone else be 'the winner.' Oh, no. No way. I will be the winner because I am already letting some hard feelings go little by little.

Love these lessons!

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Day 67 Let it go

Recognize areas where you are holding a hot coal, and make a conscious decision to let go of it. Work on healing your heart, and you’ll probably find that eating to punish someone else will stop as well.

I have been working on healing my heart, starting with distancing myself and my family from "them." I never felt I was punishing them by overeating, but I was punishing myself for staying in the toxic environment for so long, always optimistic that things would improve, but they just got worse, and the first step of healing was leaving.

Today

• Identify a situation or event where you’ve had trouble letting go of your feelings.
Personal conflict that not only affected me but also my family.
• Consider the benefits of holding onto your anger, sadness or other emotions.
I had to distance myself and my family from them... after years of trying to make it work we finally walked away from that toxic place. In the past all of that was part of my emotional eating. Since then, my anger, disappointment, and hurt (still) has fueled the opposite. I will become the best version of me that I can. Success is the best "revenge." Although it's not actually revenge, it's more of a "see, without y'all, our lives are better."
• Decide that it’s time to let go of those feelings and heal your heart. Write about this.
This hurt is very difficult to just let go, even though it's been a few years since we left. I kind of have let it go, but there are times the disappointment surfaces and I have to let it out again, and I end up writing about it each time.

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Day #67 Let it go
In working through this I realize I still hold a grudge with an acquaintance who I spent a lot of time helping financially, emotionally and having what I shared of my life and family used against me.
The only real benefit is having people feel I am right to now keep my distance.

In doing this lesson I am faced with all the things I’ve given up to hold on to my hurt and anger associated with this person and a few others from my past.
In order to have a complete and happy life I really do need to “let go” of all the hurt and anger I’ve built up.

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Love those three words....Let It Go!

When someone hurts me, I try to think about the people who make me feel good instead. I have a friend who has two sons.....one has chosen to distant himself from her, because of his wife. My friend has been devastated for over a year and in the meantime is not enjoying her other son and his family. Seeing this has made me realize that you do have to let it go. It’s difficult depending on who it is, but if someone doesn’t want to cooperate, what else can you do? There are so many blessing around us......don’t miss your blessings.

One day at a time!


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Gill...I saved your picture and quote.......how many of us live in the past and don’t enjoy the Now?

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Wanda.....so sad for your sister........her blessing now is that she has you for a sister. Your comments are so true

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Day 67 - Let It Go

We all can hold on to hurt or angry feelings way too long. I like the 24 hour rule but I think I learned my lesson years ago and I don't even allow myself 24 hours now.

My mother and sister were close and mostly because of distance I often felt left out. They lived in the same town. Mom's house was within a couple of blocks of my sister's drive to work. They took crafting and ceramics together, shopped together, etc then.....they had a falling out over something silly....actually I think it was probably many things that they had never cleared the air about over the years.

Please, please listen to this.....They did not speak to or see each other for nine years. When I went home to visit I saw them separately; it was not something I could fix because neither would discuss it.

THEN.....my mother died very suddenly and totally unexpectedly. The most devastated person at her funeral was my sister. I remember her saying, "I always thought there was time!"

There was time, lots of it...but both my sister and my mother wanted to hang on to the feeling that they were ill-used by the other. They wanted that more than they wanted to take that first small step.

My sister and I are still close, thankfully. We don't talk about this because it is too painful to her.

Who would have thought that my wonderful mother and my "heart of gold" sister would have done this?

24 hours is way too long, especially if it involves someone you care for.

Other angers and hurts, like job ones, interactions with strangers, daily frustrations....maybe 24 hours is fine but.....holding them close hurts us, affects the quality of our days, and maybe even ages us.....Let it GO! If you don't know how, just keep trying. Practice makes perfect.

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As I am somewhat stubborn with a smidgen or impatience I do tend to hold on to feelings that I would be much better off letting go.

Over the years I have learned that my need to feel at peace outweighs my need to always be "right". It's not been an easy lesson.

Sometimes really bad things happen to good people. We don't deserve them, we don't get to choose not have them happen, they just do.

In the late 1990's while going through an M & A event at work they brought in a guest speaker that talked to us about the 24 hour wallow rule.

We could wallow in something bothering us for 24 hours, then we either had to act on it in some way or LET IT GO!

Sometimes it's easier to wallow. Seldom is it ever productive. I remind myself of this when times get tough.



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Hmmm......yes........I have highlighted rather a lot of today's lesson!

What do I have to gain from holding on?

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Identify a situation or event where you’ve had trouble letting go of your feelings.
• Consider the benefits of holding onto your anger, sadness or other emotions.
• Decide that it’s time to let go of those feelings and heal your heart. Write about this.

I don't know where to start.....so, as always, I will just start with one thing: I hang into the negative feelings at work: I am not alone, we all do it, so I am joining in and being one of the group. We feel justified! Low pay, lack of resources, anti-social hours, exhaustion etc etc.

But wait........how does that make me feel? Am I holding onto these feelings to justify my anger and frustration and tiredness and boredom? Am I using these feelings to give me permission to eat chocolate?

The benefits are being accepted by the group, feeling of belonging and comradeship.

If I let go of this, then I have to accept that I am unwilling or incapable of trying to change my job. I have to accept the situation as being my choice.

I get angry when I hear people say that we don't work for the money..........I get angry when I hear people say that they do the work for the people we support to have better lives. Part of my anger is that the people we support have much more money than us. My anger comes from not having enough money myself.

If I let go of my anger & resentment, and maybe jealousy, then I have to take responsibility and accept my situation. It's life!


Hmm........this is one to really work on!

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Day 67 Let it go

Recognize areas where you are holding a hot coal, and make a conscious decision to let go of it. Work on healing your heart, and you’ll probably find that eating to punish someone else will stop as well.

Today

• Identify a situation or event where you’ve had trouble letting go of your feelings.
• Consider the benefits of holding onto your anger, sadness or other emotions.
• Decide that it’s time to let go of those feelings and heal your heart. Write about this.

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