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Kassia

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  1. Thank you! I just did a search for Scattergories with Christmas themes. Here are some: http://www.mypartygames.com/free-printable-scattergories-inspired-christmas-game/ https://www.pinterest.ca/pin/449023025331976073/
  2. I'm so sorry for your losses. I can't imagine how painful that must be. Thinking of you and @parent
  3. I reported that there was no soap in the ladies room at our grocery store and it upset me because that meant that employees weren't washing their hands. A week later, I went back and there was STILL no soap in the ladies room! I just can't believe that no one brought soap in or complained or had it replaced. I've gone in the men's room before if the women's room didn't have soap because there was no way I wasn't washing my hands after using a public (or any) restroom.
  4. I have a spin bike at home and use a gel seat. I imagine padded bike shorts would work for spin class where you can't bring your own seat.
  5. I wouldn't even consider asking for any special accommodations for food I brought in for myself but I didn't know you could eat your own food in a restaurant with others who ordered from the menu.
  6. You're right. I worry way too much about what others think and shouldn't since it doesn't affect anyone but me. But I don't have confidence in my choices because I know they are not normal due to the disordered eating. I'm actually a little grateful for the two years of hell I went through with my intestinal issues since it gives me the perfect excuse (sorry to use that word again) to eat weird around others who know about my medical history. Especially my daughter since I don't want to be a terrible example for her with eating - I don't want anyone to go through what I've been through with eating disorders.
  7. Thank you! Maybe I will just keep using it as an excuse. You're right that no one can argue with that. Putting sweets in the freezer is a great suggestion but won't work for us for a number of reasons. But thank you for the suggestion - that is a good idea!
  8. That's me. I get depressed if I don't exercise. I need those endorphins. And I love the results - I don't mean weight loss, I mean muscle tone, cardiovascular fitness, and less anxiety for me. My resting heart rate is very low thanks to being fit.
  9. I haven't had counseling for disordered eating in over 20 years. I can't afford it.
  10. It is the truth for part of it (part of it is the disordered eating) but I don't want to get into it with them. We've been able to keep it private for the past two years, which is just the way I like it. We have a tense relationship.
  11. Absolutely! I would never say I'm dieting. Stomach issues are a great excuse since no one can argue with that but I can't use that every time.
  12. I love working out. It gives me a sense of accomplishment that I don't get from anything else and it helps with my anxiety. I'm always thrilled to receive fitness items as gifts.
  13. I don't have a therapist and my doctor is useless. I don't really have physical issues - as long as I'm careful about what I eat, I'm good. 🙂
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