I was just talking to someone and reading posts and it ocured to me that we need to find better words then we are using. We all keep saying we did good or we did bad at eating for the day. Like we are good or bad based on what we eat. We say things like I messed up, I blew it, I was horrible at eating today. We are all so quick to say negative things about ourself. If your child or best friend made a decision that was not the best for them would we tell them "oh you blew it" or "you are bad", "I cant beleive you did so horrible". But we say those things about ourselfs all the time. We always say I made the wrong choice, we were not wrong, we didnt make the best choice but we are not wrong or bad. So I would like to think up a whole new vocabulary for myself that is positvie and encouraging, not negative and degrading. Anyone have ideas of what we can change in our wording? We are trying to renovate ourselves into a healthyer person, not demolish and tear ourselves down. So I will say the first one to all of you. Here is to hoping you all had a healthy day. (not a good or bad day) Today I made the best choices I could and tomorrow I hope to make even healthier choices becasue I am worth it.
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