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I stopped

Monday, July 30, 2018

I stopped and I have failed myself. Being a twin mom, especially this late in life, is hard...it sucks. Trying to maintain them, chores, marriage (well trying to) and I just stopped caring about me. But I'm fat, and hate where I still am. I hate I still have this much baby weight, that I don't take pride in myself anymore, and that I quit trying to better myself.
I know that i need to take care of myself to help be a better mom. If I like (or love ) me again, I will be much better to my boys (all3) because I won't resent it all as much.
I love my family with everything I have...time to love me too. I have got to find the perfect balance.
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    It is hard to be a woman. There are so many responsibilities & only so many hours in the day. Women feel this in a very personal way & internalize it as a failure if we cannot keep up. Each day breathe & count all the good thing you do.
    1092 days ago
  • KAYDE53
    You can do this! emoticon
    1092 days ago
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    1092 days ago
    Don't ever give up! God made each individual a valuable person. Who knows, you may head up a company that helps others lose weight, some day! Everyone has a path to make the world a better place. Start with you. Because you are worth it!
    1092 days ago
    Do you have access to a babysitter? A friend could trade days with you taking care of each other's children. You have big responsibilities, and deserve a break for yourself. When you treat yourself well you will feel better about yourself.
    1092 days ago
    Take it slow, one baby step at a time. Slow & Steady wins.
    1092 days ago
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    You have to take care of you before you can take care of anybody else.
    1092 days ago
    You can't be everything to everybody all the time, baby steps, change little things and build from there
    1092 days ago
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