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Some Things I Recently Figured Out

• You deserve more than to just exist.
• Your old responses to stress can no longer be.
• You can’t save everyone.
• Be a good example to others.
• Be thankful for all that you have and all that you are.
• Try, try and try again.
• We are creatures of habit.
• The past is no more.
• Do not concern yourself with age. Concern yourself with living.
• Make new memories and forget old ones.
• 2020 is the greatest year of your life.
• Take courage and do it now.
• FOCUS on whatever it is you choose to.
• Go easy on yourself and love yourself.
• Take deep breaths to relax.
• Work hard. Very hard. Also, work smart.
• Spend time on your hobbies and interests.
• Do things to help your loved ones.
• Do things that make your life better.
• Forgive often. Forget as necessary.
• De-clutter and simplify your life.
• Exercise every day.
• Be with those who want to be with you.
• You can do it!
• Confidence is your first language.
• Help others.
• Be as busy as you can be, with a goal of sleeping overnight.
• Follow your schedule as closely as possible.
• Remember where you came from and how far you’ve gotten, with and without your illness.
• Be grateful for every bit of your progress.
• Incorporate the healthiest of boundaries.
• Be grateful for your friends and family. Be grateful to your friends and family.
• Deaths are the kinds of things that require a response, and it’s completely up to you how you respond.
• Eat 2,000 calories (or less) per day.
• Consume LOTS of zero-calorie beverages.
• Regret nothing. I repeat. Regret nothing.
• Take a prescribed sleeping pill at night.
• Live your life, realizing there will be a last day, and knowing you persevered through every day leading up to it.
• Stop engaging in self-defeating behaviors. Settle down and enjoy be even-keeled.
• Believe.

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