kclab's Journal, 01 October 2017

A good friend of mine told me years ago that the key to success was finding out what was eating you, not always what you are actually eating. I hadn't thought about that for myself; however, I now know it is true. I find myself to be holding anger inside about some events and towards some people. My goal for the remainder of 2017 is to release that anger as it is standing in the way of my progress on this journey to better health. so, with fresh resilve to do better, Onward!

Diet Calendar Entry for 01 October 2017:
1162 kcal Fat: 28.76g | Prot: 55.63g | Carb: 170.63g.   Breakfast: Coffee (Brewed From Grounds), Wasa Fiber Crispbread, Laughing Cow Mini Babybel Original Cheese, Activia Blueberry Yogurt. Lunch: St. Hubert Soja Les Petits Plaisirs Dessert, Dave's Killer Bread 21 Whole Grains Bread, Laughing Cow Mini Babybel Original Cheese. Dinner: Chicken Dark Meat (Roasting), Carrots, Turnips, Cooked Green String Beans (from Frozen), Potatoes (Flesh Without Skin, Without Salt, Boiled). Snacks/Other: Plums, Gala Apples. more...
on diet kclab's own diet  

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Great attitude! 
02 Oct 17 by member: KellyM25
the only person who suffers when you hold onto slights, pain, anger .... is you! I have forgiven a LOT -- not necessarily because I want to but because I have to for my own sanity and peace of mind / heart. I also realized that other people have forgiven me for many, many things that I've done or said that may have hurt them when I didn't realize it. 
02 Oct 17 by member: Happy*Snappy
I think you're bang on the money there. If you're a comfort eater you dont think about why you're doin it, or if you do you you sweep it under the rug and take another bite. 
02 Oct 17 by member: Tracey2211
When grief and depression hit me and my family, I started looking into the Buddhist religion and methods. I learned that It can only anger you if you let it. It can only hurt you if you let it and the only thing that really hurts us is possessions and expectations... so if you let go and have no expectations life will be much easier. When I first started my ptsd journey these ideas angered me... I ended gained 45+lbs and became a shell of who I was, after a couple years I can step back and appreciate the words more. My feelings, this extra weight... I only have to be a prisoner if I let myself be. So I am slowly gaining control and letting go. It hasn't been easy but it's getting easier!!!! 
02 Oct 17 by member: mamamc7
So I think you're on the right track, forgive, forget, let go, move on... it will only improve you! 
02 Oct 17 by member: mamamc7
Quite correct. People often sidestep the topic, because it is embarrassing, not well-understood by society, and so stigmatised, but it should be said. Many weight problems stem from a mental health issue. If you don't deal with the mental health issues, you will forever struggle with the weight issues that are a symptom of the mental health issue.  
02 Oct 17 by member: Rincewind42
If only "releasing anger" burned calories, too. Love that attitude - very positive! 
02 Oct 17 by member: From371to184
the Cortisol connection is real, I dropped all my excess weight as soon as I ended an unhealthy relationship that was making me constantly stressed 
02 Oct 17 by member: metalchx
I wish I could release!! :) 
02 Oct 17 by member: mlakhatch
I might have to do 20 to life if I released all my anger at one time. This comment will self destruct. 😂 
02 Oct 17 by member: paulanavarette
ROFL I soooo understand @Paulanavarette 
04 Oct 17 by member: mlakhatch


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