Wall: Doctor degree Dr. Bob Bob | Chart: (Chato’s Annual Body Mass Index BMI)
Chato Stewart: I’m Off the Charts
Caption : The Measure of a Man.
Mental Goals are Slipping
In 2014, my goal was to get in the mind set to stop dieting and change the way I eat for ever. I did – well, after I caped out at 405. lbs (morbidly obesity). I was able to get down to 372. lbs on my own. Then out of the blue came the “BLUES”! woke up one day and the meds did not work and I was in the grasps of a major bipolar depression. At this point emotional eat and bindgeing (Bindge Eating Disorder) slipping… My A1c was 10.8 and my blood sugar was in the high 300’s coming at the end of 2014. Things! have to CHANGE…or
DEATH:(running~yelling) Oh No!
Right Boot: (kicking Death butt) I am going to KICK your Butt!Left Boot: (About to Kick Deaths Butt) GRRRrrrrrr!Caption: (Bible verse of Revelation Chapter 21, Verse 4:) Revelation 21:4 ~ “…and death will be no more,…”
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Block: >>>MAD/SAD<<<<Caption: Master Mind of the Mental Block
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Hey, if I can, at age of 41 and weighing in at 353 pounds, still do a cartwheel then there is no reason for me not to be able to balance my negative emotions, too. Just doing a cartwheel is a huge self-esteem booster on its own. Considering not long ago, I could not even stand for short periods of time without being in serious physical pain.
Due to my weight, I was almost housebound. Due to my mind, I was trapped with negative thoughts that swiped at my self-image like a whip with shards of glass and bones woven into it. I had the case of the “UR’s!” (The UR is text talk abbreviation for “you’re.”)
In my case, in my head, it sounds like: You’re Fat! You’re ugly! You’re worthless! You’re stupid! You’re a piece of ….! On and on and over and over again. It’s like water-boarding the mind. Sooner or later, you’re going to give into it; believe the negative, torturous thoughts.