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Offline LivingLife

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Your New Years Resolutions
« on: January 03, 2014, 10:37:59 PM »
Hey guys welcome to 2014!!!  :spineyes: Hope every one enjoyed there new years ever. New Years is always a great motivation for people to change their habits. What are some of the new years resolutions you guys set out for yourselves??

Mine are
-Only have one "cheat meal" per day
-Do crossfit 4 days a week (just joined last week)
-Start sitting (meditating) 6 days a week around 10 min a day and then gradually increase to 20.
-To not look for as much reassurance on the internet for obsessive thoughts.

Hope everyone improves with there problems this year
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Re: Your New Years Resolutions
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2014, 06:13:35 AM »
I don't base any resolutions around my condition at all. I find taken it day by day and as it comes works best for me. Rather than place expectations on myself. I have nothing wrong with others making promises to themselves. If that works for them, then great. The best of luck to them all. I really hope that everybody's dreams come true. But if fail don't be too hard on yourself. Because anxiety can kick hard when we least expect it.
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Re: Your New Years Resolutions
« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2014, 06:26:52 AM »
My new years resolutions are:

- start a diet to lose weight
- get back to the gym, i'm already a member but i haven't been in a few months...
- try harder to get out more even though how hard it is with agoraphobia!
- keep moaning to a minimum (i'm a moany person)

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