Search results

  1. A

    Dealing w/ Self Image

    I've never had an issue with my weight. If anything, I was always "too skinny" or "too thin". I used to live a life where it didn't matter what I ate or what I did I never gained weight and I was always a consistent 120lbs. I was always on the go while I worked two jobs, went to school full...
  2. A

    "We become what we think about." - Earl Nightingale

    I love this quote. It reads so true with me. I tend to be somewhat of a negative thinker, like a glass half empty type of person. In the past few years I've tried to turn my negative thoughts into positive ones. Every time I start to think negative, I'll think of anything positive...It doesn't...
  3. A

    How to pull yourself out a funk

    Going for walks helps me a lot. There's something about the air around dusk that helps me relax. I love cool, brisk air. I feel like it erases my mind. Crying also helps, if you're into that. I try not to feel sorry for myself. I just think how even though it may seem like things can't get...
  4. A

    Remembering Names

    That's a great idea! That's also how I remember how words are spelled. If I have difficulty remembering how something is spelled, I write it down and paste it somewhere by my computer and constantly look at it so I can remember the spelling.
  5. A

    Knowing You Aren't Alone.

    Forums are awesome. It's an easy way to stay anonymous, but get help with some of the most sensitive subjects. There are a lot of interesting topics on these forums and all the feedback I've received so far has been really helpful. Sometimes I doubt myself or have questions and wonder if other...
  6. A

    Kitchen Therapy

    I have never been into food. I used to eat to live, not live to eat. I never grew up with my mom and dad cooking and showing me how to cook, so it just was never of interest to me. It wasn't until I became a mom and a homemaker and was forced to make food not only for myself but my family. I...