I may not have electricity, but ya boy is on the front page of the Johnson City Press website!
Ya boy also apparently in the physical actual paper, too.
Link in my profile.
6 months ago I weighed 150 lbs and looked sick, was a drunk and an alcoholic, and just simply not in a good place. Reality checked me hard. REAL HARD. I had to make several lifestyle changes and fast: quit smoking, quit drinking, started working out regularly, TRYing to eat better. (not doing so hot in this department)
Today, I can say I am 38 pounds heavier and have passed my original goal of 185, healthier, and in the best shape of my life, and most importantly of all, my family is happy with me. I am lucky to have them, and have their support.
Thank you for the motivation and thank you for being there for me @rbcraig @mae_mae0936
New target - 200 lbs.
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You can think. You can make good decisions. You can make choices that are right for you.
Yes, we all make mistakes from time to time. But we are not mistakes.
We can make a new decision that takes new information into account.
We can change our mind from time to time. That’s our right too.
We don’t have to be intellectuals to make good choices. In recovery, we have a gift and a goal available to each of us. The gift is called wisdom.
Other people can think too. And that means we no longer have to feel responsible for other people’s decisions.
That also means we are responsible for our choices.
We can reach out to others for feedback. We can ask for information. We can take opinions into account. But it is our task to make our own decisions. It is our pleasure and right to have our own opinions.
We are each free to embrace and enjoy the treasure of our own mind, intellect, and wisdom.
Today, I will treasure the gift of my mind. I will do my own thinking, make my own choices, and value my opinions. I will be open to what others think, but I will take responsibility for myself. I will ask for and trust that I am being guided by Divine Wisdom.
Quoted from the app Language of Letting Go.
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