I'm a dumb ass
I was all set to make a nice, positive post today and then - idiocy strikes I stupidly ate a mango this morning that was... ummm.... well passed its sell-by date.!
I felt a little funny afterwards but ignored it. Then I noticed I had the shakes, but I attributed it to the coffee... even though I never get the shakes after drinking coffee! After the gym I had lunch, and suddenly my stomach swelled up like a basket ball and "the runs" began. They got worse as the day went on, I started getting the chills, and then when I was doing my grocery shopping I got dizzy and started shaking all over. I came home and had to lie down for a few hours. All because of a rotten mango (and my own retardedness) :P At least I didn't feel any pain, but my stomach is still making crazy noises, and the toilet trips haven't stopped. Ugh!
It's weird: last month I was on a really good roll, and I got food poisoning, which totally knocked me off kilter. This month I've been on a really good role, and suddenly I get the shits.
Do you ever think that when things are going well, and suddenly you mess it up, that you are subconsciously self-sabotaging, because you're afraid of getting what you want / being happy / change?
In the past I would binge and purge as soon as I started getting to where I wanted to be. Almost seems like the patterns of my past are still an influence.
Last edited by YogaBare; 07-01-2013 at 02:31 PM.
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