A different Diet for PTSD!!!

 

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I looked at a picture taken the other day, unfortunately I had gained ten plus pounds.

Looking in the mirror this last month, somehow I could rationalize me slim and trim visually.

 

A picture does not lie! 😊

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We need to apply this awareness to thoughts and judgments we have accumulated.

 

A thought diet!

 

Depression, anxiety and PTSD are fueled by this kind of thought. Wellbeing thrives in directed thought or no thought environments.

 

Our mind needs a break from constant thought, aimless ruminating and worrying.

 

How will we ever know what you’re capable of accomplishing, enduring, or who you can inspire in life?

 

If your life is filled with thought, worry and doubt, try something different.

 

Try being present, focused, empty of thought and open.

 

Happiness is not a cognitive based way of living.
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3 responses to this post.

  1. 😦 It sucks to realize you gained weight, but 10 pounds or so isn’t that bad at least. I love the Bugs Bunny pic lol.

  2. Yea I could probably be up 20 and still convince myself in a mirror it was fine

    I feel my ego’s desire to inflate things

    When we describe our accomplishments feel that tug to embellish our importance

  3. Posted by rudid96 on November 10, 2018 at 3:18 am

    Love the idea of a !!

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