My battle with weight gain and loss
I have been on my diet for 12 weeks now and it's wearing thin. I am sick of going without my usual foods but I can't give up yet.
Chemical imbalances in my brain left me battling vampires in my dreams but the real vampires are depression and anxiety.
The only thing you can be sure of in this life is that you can't be sure of anything. Or can you?
I resisted all temptation to break my diet until Christmas day but I couldn't resist the black forest cake.
It is day five of week four of my Lite-n-Easy diet and I am starting to see results. Christmas temptations are not getting to me or not yet anyway.
I'm feeling empty and discontent and it isn't just because I can't eat much. Eating does, however, seem to have been the antidote to these feelings until now.
I'm still alive and I have cut back on the diet coke but my stomach doesn't seem to be able to recognise fruit and vegetables as real food so I'm almost always hungry or peckish.
God spoke to me about my health. He wants me to cut back on the diet coke. This entry tells why.
It is day one of my new diet and I'm already struggling with unfamiliar foods like bread with seeds in it and yoghurt.
This entry explains why I have joined a weight loss programme and also contains an update on how I am faring with my gambling addiction.