Yea yea I failed again… But I’ve gained something priceless…

Yes I failed myself during the past week about weight control.

I’ve gained almost all the weight I’ve lost as I spent my days in bed at home, sick, with toothache, with antibiotics + probiotics, oversleeping, some crying for hairloss due to alopecia areata, some victimizing myself etc etc.

Candida of course is back again, I did everything I could but the antibiotics won.

So, where am I? I am as sick as the first day when I started blogging but something is different now. I am not as helpless as in the first day which was about 20 days ago.

Everything is as shitty as it was, but I am less helpless.

What has been changed in less than a month about me?


I’ve not been changed that much but now I have an audience, followers who support me, people who care for me, take some of their precious time to read this. As more of you are added in my life, I became less helpless and grew stronger towards the setbacks and obstacles.

I have more trust in myself now although I failed again in some of my projects. They will get better. I am sure of that.

Because YOU are increasing in my life and YOU give me this motivation.

Thank you dear reader,

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You cannot imagine, by just reading this, how helpful you are to change someone’s life.

Like you’ve just doneΒ right now πŸ™‚



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Alex - Project Lady

35 year old woman who has hit the rock bottom tryin to get up again and reach her 35 dreams I am a psychologist who suffers from major depression and severe fibromyalgia. It was all about career to me. But today, I have no job, no husband, no kids. Alone. And, I want to change my fucking life.

15 thoughts on “Yea yea I failed again… But I’ve gained something priceless…”

  1. Hey Alex. I wouldn’t call that failure, more like a stumble. You never truly fail, until you stop trying. And I don’t mean to sound like a self-help hack, but your failure doesn’t define you.
    Thank you for sharing your world with us – that takes courage.

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  2. I don’t write comments (I always have the impression of saying nonsense) but you can be sure that I read everything you write! You’re a fighter and this is the most important, keep fighting!


  3. I retired due to medical issues, minor compared with yours. I had my days. I admire your strength and courage. I’ll be following you
    Have a great day


  4. Slow and steady wins the race. It can be like this often……..the setbacks come, you weather the storm and then (when you are able) you get back on track. Sometimes it does feel like starting from scratch. But as the first commenter said……its not truly failing until you stop trying. Altho i understand fully that it feels like failure…..its not! Listen to mummy moongazer!! πŸ˜€

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  5. You will get back to it. In life we all have our stumbles, but it is how and when we decide to pick ourselves up that is key! I have faith in you remember that! We pain warriors need to stick together! πŸ˜‰

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