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March 23, 2009


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noble pig

Oh man sorry for all the stress. It can be overwhelming. Keep breathing and should/could help.

Mental P Mama

Good for you! Since I started training for a half-marathon, I have never felt better. Well, except for my knees;) But even that reminds of of my determination! You can do it!

The Incredible Woody

Good for you - sticking with exercise can be a bitch! I'll pester you if you'll pester me...


Too bad about the stress. Good luck good luck good luck with the excercise. Training for a run is really the best motivator. Especially if you register for the gotta keep training for it otherwise you've wasted all that money on your registration fee.


:0) Sometimes it takes a touching story to grab your attention. I ran my marathon in 2005. I was so darn proud of myself because my own father told me I was stupid for even trying. That was my motivation. I cried when I crossed the finish line because I proved to him and myself that not only was I not stupid, but I could accomplish what I put my mind to.


I wish we had our island weekend sooner. I don't have the same issues but it's been a tough time for me too, some talking would be good. Hang in there sweetie.


I hope you stick to it and do it... menopause is the beginning of many body/hormonal changes .. losing weight helps .. most important of all is to BREATHE .. and try to let the stress go .. walk .. throw a ball against the wall .. do you have a shredder in your office? Shred a bunch of paper and while you do it think of all the crap you'd like to let go of and think of it as the paper shreds .. it works for me .. tho I did notice a few co-workers backing out of the copy room when they saw/heard me shredding ... ummmmm

Jenn @ Juggling Life

The exercise will help for sure. My friends that are peri-menopausal or menopausal swear by the "biodentical" hormone creams specially compounded. Very low dose hormones, but apparently effective. It might be something to look into.

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