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What is your ultimate health goal?

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    • Overcomer

      205d

      Deaf culture

    • Overcomer

      205d

      Deaf culture

    • AshleySpade

      308d

      Manage my bipolar disorder effectively, treat others as I like2 B treated, so I can feel and look good. Mostly be good to me

    • Eshad

      310d

      Getting rid of all medication.

    • beitmenotyou

      311d

      To lose weight and keep my Barrett's oesophagus in check

    • hydroepilepic21

      321d

      Lose a little more weight

    • faerywyrm

      321d

      My goal is to hurt less so I can function better, be more active and in control of myself.

    • Coke

      500d

      Health is not messing up my medication and having a crying episode the next day because my brain is dependent and doesn’t make its own chemicals anymore but it’s aided me greatly so much gratitude and to not let my anxiety and me trying to work around my fear consume my life

    • Luker

      501d

      Not be in so much constant pain

    • lucheerio

      501d

      I'm finally on a weightless journey I didn't realise how big I was then had a deaded weigh in at the doctors that was 6 months ago I have to fate lost 8 stone and continue to see a weekly drop in my weight

    • Crispybuffalo145

      503d

      To not be controlled my panic attacks. I want to go back to work, go out and shop, function like a normal adult. I hope I can find a medication that will get me back to being myself.

    • Soskae

      503d

      To know what everything I’m dealing with so I can deal with it. An enemy that is known is defeatable.

    • Kupkake96

      503d

      Physically: gain weight (always struggled with that) Mentally: make all the bad thoughts go away so I can be at peace

    • Sevyn0Sevyn

      509d

      Physical goal: I want to be a short viking Mental goal: get past the trees to focus on the whole forest

    • Something_Strange

      509d

      Get thinner (already lost my double chin >:) )

    • JXARabbit

      510d

      Every day choices for every day health

    • Eren2273

      510d

      To be able to live a somewhat normal life again

    • RosiePosie21

      512d

      To be able to eat more than 1,000 calories without feeling guilty :(

    • nalabean

      513d

      to understand where i am and how i am feeling on each given day, both positive and negative.

    • sageblanl

      513d

      Stop cutting

    • Nicoratboy

      513d

      To work on loosing weight but also get into a routine

    • hydroepilepic21

      513d

      To go into an exam room by myself for the love of god I'm 22.

    • Kittypop

      513d

      To someday not need all of my medications anymore.

    • Gaz

      544d

      to find a NON WEIGHT LOSS way to put my condition into remission

    • Bre19

      544d

      To be able to maintain my mental illness

    • rorose

      581d

      happiness, friends, family, home, honesty. those matter to me most. if i get those this journey will have been worth it

    • Aliengoddess

      586d

      So it bes

    • Aliengoddess

      586d

      To have mental clarity and inner peace

    • MatchaBunn

      586d

      To find a doctor that can put all the pieces of my health together so I can get to some sort of baseline. It’s hard being the expert on all of my conditions, and having to talk across different specialists. I’d love to have some solid coping and support for lesser known chronic conditions, and symptoms that are exacerbated by stress. Because I can’t totally remove the stress from my life, and I know it’s only making my health worse to keep pushing through with no answers.

    • Felix69

      587d

      To see my lupus doctor and get on treatment

    • brabbit

      587d

      To balance my hormones so my body will work the way it's supposed to 🙃

    • Ink789

      587d

      to be able to go to work and work without so much pain

    • cheekss

      587d

      attend to school without throwing up in between classes

    • royalty

      589d

      Just to be able to live peacefully and enjoy life with my husband and future kids. Not give them the same trauma I got. Maybe some of my conditions will never go away and I want to be able to just live with that fact and still enjoy the little things.

    • Wesj75

      589d

      Can't say here

      • royalty

        589d

        @Wesj75 Hey, I know you don't know me but if you ever need to talk I'm here.

    • Kate1985

      589d

      Accept and honor myself.

    • JanL

      589d

      Low pain... better mobility

    • Flood_Damage

      591d

      Long-term sobriety and to get my diabetes under control

    • Mafuyu

      607d

      I want to be able to learn how to accept the fact that I am chronically ill. I ask myself everyday, “what have I done to deserve this?” And have to keep reminding myself that I was just born this way. But no matter how much I tell myself that, I’m still not able to cope with it.

    • Starlightie

      607d

      Lose weight, work on my trauma, and manage my BPD

      • Starlightie

        607d

        @Starlightie Also get a full workup of my mental health so I can get properly diagnosed in case I've been misdiagnosed.

    • skull_girl

      607d

      To bring my pain levels down, become happier with myself and my situation, and lose weight

    • AngellMwi

      607d

      To have my pain level back down to a 3 on an average and have my weight below 180 lbs

    • plutonianskys

      613d

      To not be in constant pain and not wish I was dead when I get too stressed.

    • Soda_Bear

      614d

      To feel good enough for my mom, and make her not think I'm just an ugly disappointment, and to make someone else happy knowing I will never know how they feel, mostly because I'm scared of being too happy that it will make someone abandon me, and it wouldn't be a first.

      • JanL

        589d

        @Soda_Bear It makes me really sad to read this. You deserve happiness! Have you ever tried therapy?

    • partygirl124

      616d

      to be happy

    • ElektraNicPunk

      624d

      To be steady and healthy.

    • CourtneyPriest

      624d

      To lose weight and not have any more mental and physical health issues

    • Tay_stitch

      634d

      To be able to enjoy my life and not to be a burden on anyone.

    • lucyblue

      634d

      To not be plus sized any more. To not have a depressed episode again.

    • Jan_Marie

      643d

      To maintain my independence as long as possible

    • FTW

      643d

      To stop suicidal ideation.

    • Shannon96

      643d

      Have highest quality of life possible

    • Ms.Dragonfly

      644d

      To accept and deal with where I am ,not to give up .

    • Anixty

      644d

      To be happy again

    • Sleak67

      651d

      To get myself as healthy and in shape as possible if I find out I'm candidate for deep brain surgery but mainly to get more stronger period. I miss when I had regular work out routine. Constantly tremors ect makes it harder

    • iradorrah

      651d

      To not feel nervous around people i don't know and be able to talk to people I want to know and be able to talk about what l want and be more active and going out

    • Dee364

      655d

      To get my health back where it was a couple of years ago

    • isthisseattaken

      655d

      To fear less and live more.

    • SpoonieJenny

      655d

      Vitality is my ultimate goal. Although I'm happy if I get out of bed and make it to the couch thesedays.

    • Irelan

      655d

      To live a damn good lifetime

    • edeng

      655d

      to be nicer to myself

    • E_belli

      661d

      Find contentment, whatever that happens to look like.

    • maic

      662d

      To take care of my body with the same attention and care that I give my own patients

    • Kitty83

      668d

      To learn to regulate my own emotions and stop holding everything in until I blow up. 😔

    • Claude03

      668d

      To not be in constant pain

    • LyraDaenestra

      670d

      To overcome the struggles and be the best version of myself I can be at all or at the very least most of the time. And to be aware of when I'm doing my best and not beat myself down for not being better than I'm capable of at the time.

    • Confidence

      672d

      To be more energetic and not as fatigued. To be completely healthy with no medical conditions. Normal heart rate and normal blood pressure/blood sugar without having to take medication. To maintain a better weight/lose weight and keep it off.

    • Kimmiepooh

      672d

      My health goal is to live without mental health meds and be the same outgoing friendly girl I once was.

    • Vi.Vi

      674d

      I want to loose weight in a healthy way and express myself freely

    • JinMar

      674d

      To get a donors kidney and feel better

    • Doglover25006

      679d

      To not have my health conditions dictate the activities I am able to do in life

    • twinmom03

      681d

      To parent my children better than I was. To break the cycle.

    • jdog54321

      681d

      To get my mind back.

    • SJP

      681d

      To get my baseline pain down from a 6 to a 3 or lower. My QOL is terrible, so that would also be a nice improvement to have.

    • 1Jonesy

      681d

      Keep the cancer away (it was caught early), eat healthier, be happier which will maintain my anxiety levels low.🙏🙏 I am so blessed to be where I am and am not taking my health goals as

    • foreverblissful101

      681d

      Right now it's to be successful in managing my PCOS. I finally got diagnosed during my latest stretch of what I like to call: Operation get my period back! PCOS has been the root to a lot of my health problems including insulin resistance! I'm otherwise pretty healthy! But I'm realizing maybe this is all happening NOW for a reason. I'm finally taking my vitamins, lost weight and am maintaining a healthy weight, exercising 2-3 times a week, eating under 25g of sugar a day (which ~15g or less are added sugar rn from wheaties). Had I not had the symptoms I've been having so young and had they not worsened now I probably wouldn't realize until I was much older and it was harder for me to turn it all around.

    • Keelee

      681d

      To be able to make myself happy and to stop feeling insure and jealous

    • TLR

      681d

      To keep up with eating healthy and exercising

    • WistfulFae

      681d

      To have an active, fulfilling life.

    • ctmloml

      681d

      to have better control over my emotions

    • SweetK

      687d

      To be happy with my new way of life.. letting go of how I use to be and could do.

    • SweetTeaTree

      687d

      To find my groove, hit my stride, living a life of comfort, low stress, peace, with just the right amount of stimuli, full of creative energy, and alongside the people I love most who are also living their best lives.

    • clowntown

      688d

      Not sad

    • JadynStorm

      689d

      To be able to hang out and play with my baby without being hit out of nowhere with panic symptoms. It's debilitating and makes me feel like I'm not living up to my full potential as a mom.

    • MisunderstoodWidow

      689d

      To be somewhat normal and get my smile back. To not be afraid of people anymore. To get my confidence back. It's going to be a long time before I can do all that again.

    • unicornbunny

      699d

      To be happy and not hate myself and stop being so stressed about everything in life

    • Kate88

      699d

      To be out of lower back/pelvic pain and finally feel like myself again.

    • incogneato

      711d

      Bring home a living baby

    • Randalson

      712d

      Tree trunk quads

    • Barbz

      715d

      To treat my body better and to touch grass

    • JinMar

      717d

      To be healthier by the time I start dialysis. To be able to eat 3 meals a day. I have a long ways to go and a short time to get there. I already have my port.

    • Zee_Johnson

      718d

      Health goal is to better myself

    • Breezy1012

      718d

      To be pain and weakness free

    • NewYork

      718d

      To get back to my normal life

      • lysslynn

        717d

        @NewYork I feel this

    • gogogal

      718d

      Be what you feel inside special with your clothing your extreme one day and not so extreme the next it's okay it's you get to know you and what you like love yourself most of all I love the person who made you because you are perfect in his eyes

    • survivoroflife

      718d

      Feel comfortable with me

    • Marry_Me

      718d

      Eating healthy

    • Meowjuana_420

      719d

      Become more fit so I can walk in a store and not be hurting so it doesn't add to my anxiety.

    • lindywoo

      719d

      to beat depression and anxiety. to be able to get the motivation to get out of bed and work

    • MeishaH

      719d

      To gain weight in a healthy way. For these massive migraines to just leave me alone. To have better posture, I literally hate having scoliosis. & to not be so anxious cause having anxiety kicks my ass.

    • squipy

      720d

      I finally learn to love myself

    • Lillieee

      720d

      To love myself and feel comfortable being me

    • Ianobrien46

      720d

      To be able to live without pseudoseizures

    • Poeticlycorrect

      721d

      Right now? To be able to keep up with my kids. They are going big places and I wanna be there to see it.

    • EliotWaugh

      721d

      Be able to run when I want to!

    • dixiechik

      721d

      Just to feel normal again

    • hazyeclipse

      721d

      To feel good/decent physically most days

    • SanJuniper

      721d

      lose the weight i gained so my clothing fits me again used to be 3/4 ,now I'm around a 6/8 and constantly hating myself. I've been working on building a routine, hoping it comes together as planned.

    • secretsthaticantsay

      723d

      To not feel trash all day and just feel comfortable with people instead of being stressed and uncomfortable

    • Allure

      723d

      To finally find peace within myself

    • kornbread

      723d

      To lose 20lbs, get some stamina, get my chrones under control an gain a lil more energy

    • Rahman

      728d

      Hi

      • Missa526

        719d

        @Rahman hello!🌞

    • bugz

      729d

      Lose weight, not get diabetes

    • CmcC

      729d

      To live happily day to day with my condition! 🙏

    • Simionwestand

      729d

      To like me for me

    • Kimb

      731d

      Lose enough weight to lighten the load on my spine, hips and knees. To be able exercise without alot of pain.

    • BlackFawn

      731d

      To lower my blood pressure and cholesterol.

    • Pollipocket

      731d

      Rebuild my upper body. Lowering my weight & cholesterol

    • GreenBoyTag

      731d

      To get out to make friends and memories.

    • Linaka

      731d

      To be in remission completely

    • Jedababy

      732d

      Stop feeling overwhelmed

      • Missa526

        719d

        @Jedababy YES!🤗❤️👍🎉😁🫂

    • Fullcircle

      732d

      To be happier more than I am down

    • MyChangeOfHeart

      732d

      To manage T2D without meds and not feel like I have to wake up survival ready every single day. I just want to carry on like I’m not diseased…

    • Sifu

      732d

      To have transplant

      • JinMar

        717d

        @Sifu that would be me to. I'll pray for you. Good luck🤞🤞🤞

    • ChickenGirl1204

      736d

      To actually love myself and realize that I can be loved

    • AudaCity

      736d

      Less pain, better quality of life, less CONSTANT doctors appointments

      • AudaCity

        721d

        @AudaCity oh word someone here already responded oh i made a new post though so here it is: To be able to do stuff without it being hard as hell for no reason.

    • BettyCrock

      736d

      To have no more pain - or even minimal pain.🙏

    • cheesepuff

      740d

      To not be in pain all the time

    • latisha

      740d

      To love my body and myself and be happy with myself and happy in life

    • Kandy

      740d

      To not hate myself

    • RareEyez86

      740d

      To live to be 111 💕😊

    • FoxChaser

      741d

      I want to lose weight and enjoy walks again. I’m in a depressed mood as I lost my beautiful Labrador.

      • Kittypop

        513d

        @FoxChaser I'm so sorry for your loss ❤️

      • CmcC

        729d

        @FoxChaser sorry for your loss 😥

    • Strawberry_Swisher

      744d

      To stop being paranoid and anxious about random stuff that doesn't matter. Trusting those that I love

    • Planty

      744d

      To feel whole again 😊

    • Anggg

      744d

      To maintain remission and stop being scared of food.

    • mitrite

      747d

      to be able to live as a capable adult without doctors and people making sure i dont die 😅

    • fiction.finatic

      747d

      My ultimate health goal is to reach my ideal weight of 137. I've been 147 for the past 6 months and just reached 145!

      • Kittypop

        513d

        @fiction.finatic that's progress! In the right direction 👍 keep up the great work, you got this 🙌

      • JinMar

        717d

        @fiction.finatic your almost there. You got this ☺️☺️☺️

    • kbaby2323

      748d

      Lose weight my doctor made me gain unnecessary weight

    • EnergizerBunny

      756d

      To be happy

      • Bre19

        320d

        @EnergizerBunny great goal

    • InhumaneKitten

      757d

      To not hurt anymore, physically or emotionally.

    • BBKenz

      757d

      To have a healthy sleep regimen and wake up time. Exercise daily, to better manage my pain, stability and mobility. Keep up with my medication and supplements to manage all my symptoms and decrease fatigue. Eat healthy meals and snacks several times a day to keep my blood sugar balanced. Meditation and other self care activities to keep my stress levels down and nervous system balanced.

    • bzzzcow

      757d

      to work up the courage to talk to my psychiatrist about seeing things. everytime i tell one, i end up never going back because of the fear i have that they’re all evil and gønna label me as mentally ill when in reality i have a gift to see things that others can’t see. i believe they’re spirits or something, but see if i tell someone that they’re not gonna see it the way i do they’re gonna go thinking,”oh this b*tch went bonkers”

      • JinMar

        717d

        @bzzzcow I try to see the stuff (spirits) but nothing I do gets me there. I just lost my dad and I try so hard to talk to him, I ask him to let me see him one last time. But nothing is working. Maybe you could put your gift to work? Help others? Good luck if you feel the need to let the Drs know, I hope they will understand you.

    • MissMatched

      758d

      To become clear headed mentally to work on other aspects of mental illness like BPD. To be able to monitor and reduce physical symptoms of my chronic pain. (I noticed that epidural lipomatosis is not on the list as well as Cushings disease.)

    • saggee

      758d

      To manage my spoons better and accept that I can’t always do everything I planned in a day. That it’s okay to not work or push myself past my limits. To not be so ableist towards myself, that using a mobility aid doesn’t make me useless or “old”

      • Missa526

        719d

        @saggee I love your 'spoons' metaphor! I agree with everything you said! I need to work on that too. Good luck to both of us!👍🤗❤️🤞

    • schoa

      758d

      flat stomach

    • roadhog

      760d

      No more PTSD attacks/sh relapses

    • jolyne

      760d

      recover from anorexia

    • Violet_Beauregarde

      760d

      To get back to my ideal weight, eat healthy, & exercise at least 3x a week.

    • Mkat

      760d

      Meant to write improve sleep in above comment 🤗

      • Bre19

        321d

        @Mkat that's a great goal I want to also improve my sleep as well you got this

    • Mkat

      760d

      To be healthier physically mentally and emotionally. Improve gut health and control my blood sugars better. Lose weight and sleep also find a better job that can give me more work life balance. Yeah it’s a lot 🙏

    • Muffie

      761d

      To have a fitness routine and be eating 2,100 calories a day consistently and to quit vaping!

    • HunnyBunny

      762d

      to get my life back, I'm 33 and it's just begun

      • Bre19

        320d

        @HunnyBunny love to positivity

    • Spookybee

      764d

      To lose weight and be able to walk without a walker.

    • SAMHAIN

      764d

      Yo TDogg whassup is Nate here too?

    • Tdogg

      764d

      Mine is to find a way to lose weight and eat healthier and make myself more of a priority

    • Loudemika

      766d

      Hi my name is Anika I'm new in this app and I just want to make friends😥 that match me

      • Bre19

        320d

        @Loudemika me too

      • Missa526

        719d

        @Loudemika I agree!❤️🤗

    • SAMHAIN

      778d

      How do i unfollow a thread, or delete a comment? jfc the notifications in this app are annoying af.

    • PropogateGrowth

      778d

      To heal from my childhood trauma so that I don't repeat behaviors

      • Bre19

        320d

        @PropogateGrowth that is a good goal

    • Asia_Unique

      778d

      To lose weight, be toned, no longer being depressed or have anxiety.

    • GingerHair

      779d

      To not be in horrible pain every day. And then maybe that’ll help my depression.

    • ColdinCalifornia

      779d

      To get good medical care, have wellness in all areas of life

      • Bre19

        320d

        @ColdinCalifornia that's good to hear

    • YanksTMP

      780d

      To gain weight and be more fit. Im skinny (121 at 5'7) and i hate looking like a stick.

    • royalty

      781d

      To be thinner and be able to get around the house easier

    • HarmonyLee

      781d

      optimal holistic wellness for all -- being so abundantly well that I can share that with the world around me

    • solispin

      781d

      Reducing my chronic pain and improving my frankly horrid memory

      • Missa526

        719d

        @solispin you and me both! Great goal! 👍🤗🎉

    • zenflower

      781d

      getting in control of my depression and anxiety

    • CasuallyCerebral

      781d

      To be head pain free. I get headaches almost every day and it had taken over all aspects of my life, especially my mental health.

    • SAMHAIN

      781d

      To find a doctor that not only hears, but listens. Seems like everything else will just fall into place after that magic...

      • Bre19

        321d

        @SAMHAIN yessss that's a great goal to have

      • TayTayLove

        681d

        @SAMHAIN yesssss

    • exquisitecorpse

      781d

      To be able to play basketball. Just one-on-one, at the park or something. I could barely walk last year, so baby steps, but I hope I'll get there someday.

    • kittenintheyarn

      781d

      To be healthy, happy, and comfortable in my own skin

      10

      • Bre19

        321d

        @kittenintheyarn that's a lovely goal to have you got this

      • Missa526

        719d

        @kittenintheyarn great goal!

    • Fibrofoggirl

      782d

      To be pain free!!!!

      • Bre19

        321d

        @Fibrofoggirl that's a great goal

    • Wintie

      782d

      I'd like to find my blessings in each day whether it's big or small... And also love myself from where I have been and where I am now, and continue to take care of myself. Also not to worry to much about little things! 💗

      10

      • Missa526

        719d

        @Wintie I agree 👍 💯! I need to work on that too 🤗

    • ThisIsFine

      782d

      1000 pound powerlifting total (750 right now!), comfortable in my body, confident, symptoms of my illnesses managed enough that it's predictable and I can see flares coming

    • Walking_Library

      782d

      My ultimate health goal is to overcome my internalized ableism. I want to accept myself so I can start healing myself from the inside out. I want to be able to use my mobility aids without feeling guilty or like a burden to society, my internalized ableism gets in the way of that.

      13

      • Captain_Honey

        512d

        @Walking_Library I love your goal! I also struggle with internalized ableism. I believe in you!

    • Dan_Daly

      782d

      Love it so good

    • Carterman

      783d

      ❤️To get working Again are used to work hard and a lot 60 hours a week that’s a truck driver to zero overnight Because of my motorcycle accident April of last year I just want my right side of my body for the numbness to go away but I may have to accept it it might not of gotten stronger one to my goal is to get back to work and for the numbness from the nerve damage to go away

    • babygirl1988

      789d

      I want to track my boyfriend down every time

    • strawbby

      791d

      im gonna be able to get “my steps in” along with an hour workout 3 days a week and 30 mins 2 days. along with a healthier diet where im able to enjoy food more without guilt.

      11

    • mirsophie

      791d

      To Have managed bipolar and schizoaffective disorder

      10

    • kyky123

      794d

      To gain weight. Everyone talks about how easy it is.

      10

      • Bre19

        321d

        @kyky123 me too

      • Missa526

        719d

        @kyky123 me too. My gastroenterologist is getting worried with my chronic pancreatitis and migraines. It's not as easy as everyone says.

    • BurnedOut

      801d

      To survive doctor appointments

    • Pfeiffer

      801d

      I would love to be able to ride my horse again.

      11

      • Waterlemon

        511d

        @Pfeiffer I hope this goal is coming to reality!

    • Fighter2022

      801d

      To be able to exercise with pots and gain back some strength that I have lost from being bedridden and deconditioned. Also to have less brain fog and fatigue

      12

    • Book

      801d

      To get to a weight I'm not embarrassed of

      11

    • Chrelwood

      802d

      To have “managed bipolar disorder” instead of bipolar disorder.

      12

    • MChelle

      802d

      I want to be more fit overall with better stamina

      10

    • Willb

      803d

      To alleviate insomnia, anxiety, and depression. I also have epilepsy so staying seizure free is also an important goal for me.

      17

    • LiberateYourMind

      804d

      To feel comfortable in my body

      40

      • Bre19

        323d

        @LiberateYourMind great goal

      • TayTayLove

        681d

        @LiberateYourMind yes!

      • Sydari

        728d

        @LiberateYourMind this

      • CmcC

        729d

        @LiberateYourMind this is a great goal 🙌

    • Nae_Noodle

      804d

      I guess my Ultimate Health Goal would be to become healthy and maintain it.

      10

    • Barry

      804d

      To be physically pain free.

      11

    • KateC

      805d

      Get rid of all the fear I carry about when I’ll get my next migraine.

      10

    • happyfirex

      805d

      Health goal: to be able to spend more time out of bed than in it. Beyond that is icing.

      23

    • cristalle

      805d

      Tookie have you consulted with a Dr bc I had migraines and it was a anuersym

    • Tookie

      805d

      To not have crippling migraines every day

      13

    • Pingo

      806d

      To be fit, not have so much weight, easier mobility, better lung function

      21

      • Bre19

        314d

        @Pingo thats a good goal

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