Early this morning I had the opportunity to sit down and write out my physical health goals for 2015 and this morning I posted them on the wall in the garage. I usually make 3 month goals but this year I have decided to create a plan that I want to work on for the year. I will increase the intensity of the exercises and the actual exercises themselves but maintain a solid total body workout and cardiovascular plan as well as a nutritional plan.
It could not have come at a better time for I am faced with some personal challenges in my life and having success in this area would really help carry me through this difficult time.
I am so very excited to be back at work and contributing to society and to the world. I just hope I have the emotional strength to stay focussed over the next several months as things sort themselves out.
My children are so incredibly important to me. Such beautiful spirits who I am so excited to teach and guide and pray for. They are healthy, happy, active, smart and tons of fun. I hope they have a nice time with their grandmother over the next couple of days.
10:27pm I just noticed myself feeling stressed and down as I did this afternoon. It’s very interesting to see the time and how I am affected by it. The emotion of jealousy is something I want to explore to understand why I am feeling how I do and what I can do about it.
Jealousy is a complex emotion that encompasses many different kinds of feelings that range from fear of abandonment to rage to humiliation. Jealousy can strike both men and women when they perceive a third-party threat to a valued relationship, it can be a problem among siblings competing for parental attention, or envy for a wealthier more successful friend. Conventional wisdom holds that jealousy is a necessary emotion because it preserves social bonds. But jealously usually does more harm than good to relationships, and can create relationship conflict and violence.