I have tried to start a new lifestyle change (as I like to call it) this week, but it has been very challenging for me, not only the weight issue but I have so much going in my life, mostly good things but it makes me feel very overwhelmed and then I don't make time for myself. To explain, I am a mother of 7 children and 4 grandchildren and although most are young adults and making lives of their own, I stay sooooo busy. My son Travis (#5 child) is graduating from high school on Tuesday and at the end of the week we will be taking a vacation to drop him off in oklahoma to attend college there, he is my first child to leave the state and although I am so proud of him, I am having a hard time realizing that he will be so far away, then I make myself sick worrying that that he won't call or that something will happen, or that he will get injured playing football and I won't be right there. I am a worry wart anyway!! As I rush around trying to get ready for his graduation and for the trip, I am finding myself emotionally tired and overwhelmed and of course being this over weight I don't have a ton of energy. I was just wondering if anyone else out there ever finds themselves overwhelmed by life and wanting to scream, sometimes I feel like just running away, but so many people count on me.
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