Monthly Archives: September 2011

My Parts

My Parts by Jeannette A Rogers, November 2010 My protector is there each and every day. Warding off the exiles, they have something to say My exiles are frightened for they didn’t have a voice Abused as a child, there … Continue reading

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Joyful Movement

Exercise – even as little as walking for 3 hrs. per week for 3 months – results in the formation of new neurons & a BIGGER brain! (Toni et al., Nat Neurosci 2007; Pereira et al.,PNAS 2007) It’s wonderful to … Continue reading

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Stories Within Community Equals Peace

It’s scary to share your story. I mean telling stories with you as a shining, successful star is fabulous & ego boosting. However, when you are the one struggling, it’s not as fun to be real & authentic. So, I … Continue reading

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What Happened…

I think there are many factors that contributed to my episode of binge eating. I don’t have food in the house. I’m scared of having food in my house. I had a lot of negative self-talk from possible overeating earlier … Continue reading

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Flucked

I’m feeling pretty devastated about some overeating I did tonight. I was home alone tonight. I usually try to make plans so that I am not alone, because I tend to do crazy eating when I’m home alone, because I … Continue reading

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Buried Treasure

Squirrels are now busy hiding nuts for hungry days ahead. Rather than hide all their nuts in one place – and risk having another animal eat the entire mother lode – gray squirrels hide little caches of nuts in many … Continue reading

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