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  1. Update 11/19/2020: TL;DR: I'm getting better. Had a good talk with my dad that I felt was healing for both of us. Didn't sleep well, but feeling pretty good today considering. Not sure if anyone is still reading my challenges since I've kinda given up on this challenge while I'm going through this hard time. I just need a place to talk and vent. Thank you to those listening. So, yesterday was a better day. I'm still not all better, but I'm recovering. I managed to get some stuff done at work, which was good. I didn't break down and cry at any point while at work, which was also good. After work I went and got dinner with my dad. I didn't have much of an appetite, but I just really wanted to see my dad. My dad is my hero. I know I can depend on him if I need him. He's one of my best friends and I love him to death. I know he's here to support me. I told him about what was going on and just talking to him made me feel so much better. I told him about going to visit my sister and then stay at a cabin by myself for a couple of nights. He's a little concerned about me being at the cabin by myself, so he's going to send one of his pistols with me and will give me some pepper spray too to carry around. It's been a long time, but I know my way around guns. I grew up with them with my dad. My husband is very anti-gun, so I don't own any. My dad is also having a hard time. His wife has Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) and it's pretty advanced. Since she was diagnosed, she's kinda become a miserable person. Now, I've never really gotten along with my stepmom, but now she's really acting shitty towards my dad and I really don't like it. I wish there was more that I could do to help him. He's really trying to repair his relationship with her as best he can, but it's hard on him. So, he and I both spent time talking about our troubles and then talked about some other stuff. It was good. I really needed it. I took a lot of leftovers home because I didn't eat much. I haven't had much of an appetite. I brought some food to my husband, talked to him for a bit, then played some phasmophobia with some friends. I think I'm finally starting to come out of this depression. I'm hoping so. I didn't sleep well last night, hit the snooze button one too many times and was late to work. However, I'm in pretty good spirits considering everything that's happened. I think I'm on the road to recovery.
  2. Consistency is key. Great job on keeping up the workout routine! I'm glad it's working for you.
  3. Update 11/18/2020: I'm a little more functional today. I had a talk with my therapist on the phone last night. After talking about everything going on and crying a good deal, she suggested that I take next week off work. I was going to save my benefit time for when Christmas came up, but she pointed out that I'm having a hard time now and that Christmas is still a ways away. She also suggested I get away for a little bit to try and recover. So, this weekend I'm going up to Tulsa to visit my sister and her family. I'm going to stay with them and have a chill weekend, then on the way back I got a little cabin on Airbnb at Lake Eufaula, OK. I'm going to stay there by myself for two nights and just try and recharge. Hopefully I can. Do something relaxing for a bit away from everything that has been stressing me out. I really hope it helps. Afterwards I hope I will be able to get back to some of my goals. Right now I'm just trying to get through this rough time. Thank you to everyone who has been supportive of me during this time. I feel blessed that I have so many friends that I can count on and have this community to reach out to.
  4. So, I am back, my friends. I'm ready for this challenge. Over the past few years I've tried and tried only to fail and fail again. With the Pandemic and a number of other things that have happened in my life, my weight is at an all time high. It's time to start turning this around. The most success I have had was when I was posting here on Nerd Fitness, so I am going to try and get involved with this community again. You guys are all awesome! So, my doctor put me on some new medication. It has had some good effects so far. I have a little more energy and I don't feel like my hunger cravings are taking over my life. I feel more in control now and I'm loving it! I'm hoping I can continue with this medicine and use my current effects to develop good habits. I'm not sure if this is going to be a short term medication or long term, but I think it's helping so far. I've only been on it for about a week. We'll see how it goes. Challenge Time!!! Goal #1: Eat a Healthy Breakfast My first goal is a continuation of the last challenge. I didn't come back until the end of the last challenge so I haven't had a chance to do much with this. I want to eat a healthy breakfast 5 out of 7 days a week. That is going to be my first and only goal this challenge. Baby steps!