I am well aware of my problem, I am well aware of what Cambridge can do for me and it's almost like a withdrawal experience (minus the cold sweats) but I can't imagine it being any less or more different than other addictions.
I can easily do more damage BUT here I am posting. I have not given up yet and I will continue to fight it.
My cousin was hospitalized last week and now he's in the process of having plasmapheresis procedure as he's been diagnosed with GBS syndrome. It's so scary to think of what health disadvantages you are faced with and how your life can change overnight -- in an instant. Not that GBS has anything to do with WL but it's definitely part of your health and being healthy. Of course, the stressors of his condition and learning about it as it's a rare one really has us all on edge and thus turning to food for comfort.
There will always be something or another (illness, misunfortunates, successes even and ppl compliment you) and all that must not be lost in the focus of oneself.
Barbara - I hear ya when you say there should be a local place to talk about this and/or a hotline lol because belive me I'd probably abuse of it... but with all of us scattered all over the US I am so happy and greatful for this Message Board.
A big thank you to PAM for having this Board active for us and everyone else that reads my ranting and knows exactly what I am dealing with.
Thanks for reading.
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