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post #41 of 68 (permalink) Old 04-21-2019, 09:50 PM
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I am proud that my life experiences made me stronger and made me the person I am today. Despite of the bullying, disapproval of society, and many other unpleasant experiences in my life, I have become the person I am right now.

Of course life is not all bad. I am grateful for many things. Material things and spiritual things.
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I did a home workout today. Seeing my friends here working out made me want to get back into it again. I fell off with my routine But today I did my Tae Bo with Billy Blanks. I couldn't believe how I was able to keep up with some of his moves. The last times I had did it I was off coordination with a punch and a kick and then switching over to the other side while making sure the body is in a good alignment. This time I was actually keeping up. I still need to get my arm aligned though. I did a 15:40 minute workout non stop. This is the first time I'm doing this workout while taking my new vitamin for my anxiety. Maybe it is helping me with my coordination before the vitamins I wasn't able to keep up. I'm quite happy with myself.



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I'm proud of myself for finally getting a job and being really successful at it. And still at it over a year later.

Also proud of myself for getting my license years ago and so far I've been doing pretty well with that.

And proud of myself for generally overall being a kind person. Even though I can be *****y at times and dislike people for a lot of different reasons. At the end of the day I still help people and want the best for them.
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I don't have anything to be proud of so I'm going to say @harrison son too

Go then, there are other worlds than these.

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Oh I did think of something but it's not much. I'm proud that I'm always there for people whenever they need me.

Go then, there are other worlds than these.

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Oh I did think of something but it's not much. I'm proud that I'm always there for people whenever they need me.
That's definitely something to be proud of mate - I'm sure there're plenty of other things too. You've got a great sense of humour plus you're a good-hearted young guy - you should be proud of that too.

I'm off to bed now, it's Sunday night here. Hope you're doing okay over there mate.
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Oh I did think of something but it's not much. I'm proud that I'm always there for people whenever they need me.
That's definitely something to be proud of mate - I'm sure there're plenty of other things too. You've got a great sense of humour plus you're a good-hearted young guy - you should be proud of that too.

I'm off to bed now, it's Sunday night here. Hope you're doing okay over there mate.
Thank you! Goodnight, hopefully you get a good sleep. I'll be ok I hope.

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doesn't everyone have this?

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Speeed of thought + physical all gathered over time. learnt.
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I'm not really proud of anything. I've achieved competence in a lot of areas, but I'm not great at anything.

Nobody loves me but my dog, and I think he might be jivin', too.
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In the spirit of celerating small victories and giving myself credit where it's due

I've stuck with therapy and continue to see consistent results
I searched for jobs, sent out resumes, filled out apps and interviewed
I now have 2 jobs that suit who I am rn (what I can currently manage,) one full time and one per diem
I researched careers and found one I believe suits me
I researched programs
I registered for school
I registered for class
I know when I'll take this entrance exam
I bought the comprehensive study guide for it and am now studying

I'm quick to discount my victories cause I fall into comparison and think well I 'should' already be there. But this is my journey alone and these are huge victories for me period. I know where I've been and what they mean to me no matter what anyone else thinks. Go me!

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1) I am trying to read and understand things outside of my field of study (I often get discouraged because, everything outside of what I've studied feels like greek to me) ....no matter how frustrating it is ...I keep at it.

2) Instead of dwelling on how my very small group of friends from high school has disappeared....I am actively trying to make new friends....still haven't clicked with anyone to the point of hanging out...but I keep trying

3) I keep exercising...even if I often feel like I'm stuck at "skinny fat"

@SparklingWater ....I'm quick to discount my victories cause I fall into comparison and think well I 'should' already be there.

I know what that's like. I often discourage myself that my acheivements are too small. Going according to my own list:

1) I often kick myself whenever I am trying to read something outside of my comfort zone (IE something unrelated to my job) ...I often find myself saying ...so many ppl have side gigs and learn trades like carpentry and plumbing...why can't I get this !

There are lawyers who run taxi at nights. Doctors who own farms. Bankers who play in bands. I often get stuck envying how these ppl are able to manage their main job and a side gig.

2) I often fall into depressed moods thinking that the friends I had from high school are gone forever, and I can't make any new friends who understand/tolerate my SA.

3) I often get discouraged by the size of my belly and randomly quit gym, lol. Skinny fat ain't no joke !
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I'm not really proud of anything. I've achieved competence in a lot of areas, but I'm not great at anything.
You can still be proud of yourself for anything you've achieved

I'm proud that yesterday I got ready on time, early to go out w/ family.
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I'm almost half way through my dental ortho program and I'm just gonna keep moving achieving the next big thing.

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I'm proud that I made my mom a breakfast sandwich and helped cooked the pasta for the day and for her lunch tomorrow even though she did the sauce.
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I also forgot to say that I'm proud that I washed the dishes both before and after dinner.
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post #60 of 68 (permalink) Old 07-23-2019, 06:16 AM
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I'm proud of myself for not having fear of talking on the phone anymore and becoming stronger mentally, being more confident when I'm out of my comfort zone. Also getting my driver's license and overcoming driving anxiety (mostly).
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