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I'm pushing myself to hard, and I don't know how to stop!
August 8, 2000
11:46 pm
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Hi everyone!! Lately I have been pushing myself really hard and my friends/family and I are getting concerned. I am 5'1" and 100lb and I used to think that I was like a perfect weight and stuff, but lately I stared jogging/running/walking/rollerblading/or biking every day from anywhere from 2-5 miles. When I am doing one of those activities and I start to slow down, I start yelling at myself, sometimes even out loud to go faster. I have asthma so it I slow down pretty quickly. The other day, a friend and I went biking for like 5 miles and I was pushing myself the whole time to go faster, and I almost had an asthma attack, seriously! I also have been doing a lot of sit ups and stuff like that too. usually that would be a good thing, but lately I have this weird feeling like I am letting myself get really overwieght and so I keep pushing myself. Obiously I am not overweight and everyone I know knows that. For some dumb reason I think that I am fat. I am afraid that if I don't stop that I may end up having a serious health issue. Maybe part of it is because I used to not eat much, but now I started eating a lot, but I am staying at the same weight. So I don't know why I would be doing this to myself. If anyone has any answers or suggestions, that would really help me out. Thank you!

August 9, 2000
9:44 am
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You need to talk to your parents about this. You've posted several times about other self-esteem related issues. Talk to your parents. No one on the computer can make you feel good about yourself but you.

Try volunteering at a hospice or hospital for a few weeks. I was very active in that arena as a teenager and it made me confident in myself and taught me ot be compassionate and not think so much about ME all the time, like teenagers usually do.

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