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Good night lovelies 🌈 feeling really embarrassed at the moment. About my slight breakdown tonight..... and my mental state. But more on that another day.
I've never had an injury like this before - as I've never been this invested in running before. And it's frustrating not knowing what's up. And I'm feeling bad after dinner too, and I hate myself for my ED..... Fighting talk haha (not).
So I'm going to have some self reflection time tonight and make a plan for myself. I'm a visual person so I find making a map of things on a piece of paper is good for me to get a grip on things.
I really need to take a look at my life and what needs to change. Because I can't go on being unhappy like this - it's not healthy. And it's too hard.
Something has to change - my attitude towards things mostly. But more on that tomorrow.
The point of this post is.... I'd just like to say thank you for all the support I've been getting.
I never knew that starting this account would make me feel better about such a wide range of things. Thank you also for 100 followers.... I know I said that's not the point of this account AT ALL, but it feels good to not feel entirely alone in all this - as an athlete and an ED battler.... so I'm here for all of you AS WELL at any time if you need me - just as you've all been there for me. Thank you.
Good night everyone. See you tomorrow. 🌺
Dinner lovelies. 🌈 It was a bit messed up. I made kumara/sweet potato fritters and while cooking I ate one - but when I had finished (I don't know but for some reason) after three hours in the kitchen making them I couldn't bring myself to have any.
(Again pictured is leftovers not what I personally ate) I had a left over bowl of pumpkin salad, with green salad after, a bowl of cherries, half a whole watermelon, and a little bit of spinach pie.
I really don't like having picky dinners like this so I am not feeling happy. At all.
Went to the physio and she has no idea what might be wrong with my foot. I'll see how I go tomorrow.
It was so embarrassing because when at the physio I had to lift up the back of my shirt and then touch my toes and I could see the look on her face when she saw my spine sticking out. It looks so gross. ........Had a bit of a break down tonight. I've really messed things up in my life.
Tomorrow is a new day though. Will try and muster more fighting talk.
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