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Fork:You – Who TO Blame For Your Eating Disorder?

Powerpoint presentation:
Not The Fork. Who "TO" blame for your eating disorder?

 Your parents
Your girlfriend / wife
Genetics"big bones"
Fat shaming

Not The Fork (* or knife or spoon )

Stainless Steel Dinner Fork: Told you, Brian in Public Relations would keep us all stainless.

Caption: Cutlery’s PR Rep spins unsubstantiated rumors they cause Eating Disorders.

Mental Health...
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Spring Your Mind: Benefits of Bird Watching

#MHHCartoon  panel 1| Bob: Wow, a Red Tailed Hawk! (Hat: I Heart Bird Window = 'i love bird watching' t-shirt:Urban Birding)
#MHHCartoon  panel 2| Red Tailed Hawk: "SMACK!"  (Red Tailed Hawk crashed into a building window pane and slowly sliding down dead)
#MHHCartoon  panel 3| Bob: "That Hawk almost got to 10th street!"
Caption: The Joy of Inner City watching can be "Pane-full".

Yes, we are a month into spring, but for many, in the country, it was a bit belated due to record amounts of snowfall this...
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Toss back Tuesday: 1988

This was a year of great turmoil in my life.  I remember it with so much pain and so much personal growth.  The year leading up to it, 1987, was filled with some great pop-music, fun parties and a year-long fence I was proverbially sitting on.  A life-altering-change was needed, but I was too foolish, childish and immature, at the time, to appreciate it--at the time.  Yet, I was only 16.

I knew violence, I knew hate, I knew TAKE and Steal. I learned in the projects a group is more powerful than one. Yet, when push comes to shove if you're the weak one, you're going to be beat up till you can stand up or take a punch.  Yes, I knew pain. I was usually the odd one out, till I got the nick name "Psycho Stew" BUT...What I also knew and kept hidden was the depression, the mania, the cutting. I knew alcohol and drug use, I knew sex (well, I thought I knew it).
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Does Alcohol Push A Person Towards Riskier Behavior?

Box: Bottles of Ambiguity Aversions
Whisky: Bottle product #1|Looking Good|Selfmedication Liqueur|2015|ALC99%|VOL250ML
Vodka: Bottle product #1|ANGST|Selfmedication Liqueur|2015|ALC99%|VOL250ML
Rum: Bottle product #1|I Can Drive|Selfmedication Liqueur|2015|ALC99%|VOL250ML
Caption:Discovery! Researchers find alcohol spikes risky behavior in guys...really?
Drunk Driving OR Just Buzzed Driving
Drinking and driving - it almost killed my brother. I know many people who have very tragic stories because someone thought they were okay to drive.  Maybe we have all been there at one point or another...most guys who have a few beers with friends to watch a game know what I mean. You have a brew, then two, another at halftime and one with the pizza. You talk about the game, maybe you have a fantasy league going...Whatever and before the game is done, you might have downed a six pack. You're "NOT DRUNK"... You're definitely buzzed...What do you do?  Take a cab  - sleep it off or shrug off the idea that you're impaired in any way and drive home.
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Ultimately, I’m A Maggot But Can I Have A Higher Purpose?

Maggot Chad: If I work hard and apply myself...Ya know Rod, one day even I could be a “Medical Maggot!”
Maggot Rod: [eating lunch]
Caption: Even You Can Have A Higher Purpose!

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What to do When The Track Disappears?
Okay, you know when you start off thinking you're going in one direction and you believe, with all your heart, that you’re going in the right direction and you earnestly-fervently try, with all you might, to stay the course! You're on the final frontier. Yes, you are fighting the fine fight, making sure that everything you do is true to the true north in your direction because you have your eyesight on the prize. In this case, my prize is the Youfit 60 day fitness challenge. (WeightLoss Challenge: 60 Days to a Better YOU, WeightLoss Challenge: Mortified & Discouraged &WeightLoss Challenge: Weight Gain – Suicide By Food).

You are without fail determined to keep going straight on till morning. No matter what, you will not be deterred. You know when you're that motivated, sometimes you are a little delusional. I think because you forget that this over-enthusiastic idea can easily be popped like bubbles.
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WeightLoss Challenge: Mortified & Discouraged

#Youfit60Days @youfit
Chato Stewart: I MUST NOT QUIT
Caption : Is there a conflicting relationship between our belief System & reality?
Weight-Loss and Mental Mental Goals
Wonderful you're back with me on my weight-loss journey (WeightLoss Challenge: 60 Days to a Better YOU). These are the voyages nay, more like my own odyssey filled with epic challenges and tragic weight-gain over mental health compromise.  The story is incredible and giving you some history with me, Chato Stewart at my absolutely lowest:  WeightLoss Challenge: Weight Gain - Suicide By Food).

Now you know the "what I'm Doing" and "why I'm doing it"... Now all I had to do was sign up, get weighed and get started!
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WeightLoss Challenge: Weight Gain – Suicide By Food

#Youfit60Days @youfit
Wall: Doctor degree Dr. Bob Bob | Chart: (Chatos Stewart’s Annual Body Mass Index BMI)
Chato Stewart: I’m Off the Charts
Caption : The Measure of a Man.

Weight-loss is not a new game for me...I'm on the Procrastination Diet. When on this diet, I hit 405 pounds (and for those using the British Imperial  Avoirdupois System that's a whopping 28.92 Stone)!  Yes, I said 405 Pounds was/is my heaviest that I've ever been, and I never want to see that number again...full of mixed feelings. I recognized in December 2011 that I was, in fact, being very apathetic about my health.
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WeightLoss Challenge: 60 Days to a Better YOU

#Youfit60Days @youfit
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
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