At some point you will have a day of reckoning within yourself. For me it was the day that I had walked away from the self denial. The day that I realized that “I” was fat. Up until then, I never really allowed myself to look at me from the perspective of size and weight.
Oh No He Didn’t It was summer 2005, we had recently moved from Cherokee County to Cobb, I was pregnant with my fourth child, and in search for a new doctor. Now personally I prefer midwives, but I decided to give this particular doctor a chance. He ran a modestly small private practice and was
Total Madness It seem to have happened instantly, yet it took 30 plus years to have the epiphany. I had gone out to eat as I often did whenever I was “feeling” happy, sad, anxious, mad, excited, disappointed, overwhelmed or just plain bored. Because eating was and “still is” one of my favorite things to
Guilt: is an emotion resulting from doing what one conceives of as wrong, thereby violating superego precepts; results in feelings of worthlessness and at times the need for punishment. (Kim) Greek: Asham/Ashem: To do wrong, offend, trespass, commit an offense, do injury. By definition, to be guilty means that one has knowingly and willfully committed