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Old 02-25-2012, 05:00 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by Chillen View Post
Have you thought about keeping a diary of events (activity during the day, diet, etc) and logging how you feel each day, and see if there is a trend? It will break the normal pattern or routine, but it will become like riding a bike. It may become valuable. Memory fails, paper prevails.
I have not done this yet for any serious length of time. I have however, tried eliminating everything and haven't had any success.

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Do you keep a workout log-personally? In this you can track how you are feeling and correlate this with your progression, and make adjustments from tangible information. Some things just may surface.
I did forever and it didnt seem to reveal much. Its all rather random seeming. I can say that the most likely culprit was stress. I am attempting to live much more stress free. meaning less worry and negativity.

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And, is there anything you are not telling me?
No u have pretty much heard everything there is to tell.

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What are you reading and what are you studying?
Reading and listening to a few Christian authors which have been very helpful. Im also back to listening to Anthony Robbins and studying other positive thinking/stress management techniques. At this point its motre about puting into practice the stuff i already know.
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