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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    You don't have to have money to speak to a qualified counselor. You can go through health and Human Services, or the United Way, or through a church organization like Catholic Services. Most are free, or are on a sliding scale.

    There's also a program through the Midwest Center, which deals specifically with panic disorders and depression, that you can do from home if you're too uncomfortable talking to someone.
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    Maybe you're overtraining? If you can make it through a whole year of gym class you should be fine.

    How about sports? Or riding a bike or something? Exercise doesn't mean you have to destroy yourself with push-ups and sit-ups.

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    If you get into shape it will stop hurting. You'll be amazed at how much your body can change in a few months, even a few weeks...you can even stop having muscle soreness with a few days.

    I have a friend who is obese who stopped doing an aerobic work-out DVD because it made her leg muscles hurt....the thing is, though, if she had kept it up, it would eventually become so easy that it would not only have stopped being painful, but it even would stop being challenging.

    I don't know what it's like to be overweight to the point of having serious pressure on your joints (I'm not saying that's the case with you, I don't know) but that could be overcome if the initial weight was lost through diet and swimming, which puts virtually no impact on your joints.

    You might also want to invest in a good pair of running shoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    There is no protein, I can't eat beans, they make me sick.
    Whoa...did you say you don't eat protein?

    You need to see a doctor about this. There could actually be something wrong with your muscles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Whoa...did you say you don't eat protein?

    You need to see a doctor about this. There could actually be something wrong with your muscles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    If you get into shape it will stop hurting. You'll be amazed at how much your body can change in a few months, even a few weeks...you can even stop having muscle soreness with a few days.
    This and LadyJaye's psychological advice.

    If you were doing it for months and you still hurt every day you are either over training or have some kind of physical or psychological problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    This and LadyJaye's psychological advice.

    If you were doing it for months and you still hurt every day you are either over training or have some kind of physical or psychological problem.
    Yep.

    Also, Marmalades point re. the protein!!! (or lack of, in this case) -- That alone could be causing some big problems.



    Finally... your comment on walking doing you no good. Untrue. Any physical exercise/movement is going to do something, and walking would be the easiest on the joints. Walking is pretty much my only cardiovascular activity. I throw a run in every now and then, but don't enjoy running all that much and also extended runs don't work well with my knees.
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    I did exercise for four months and it was still extremely painful by the end. The first three weeks were so insanely painful I didn't even want to get up ever again. You have no idea you have no idea or maybe you do and I'm just so weak...

    Just thinking about this is making my heart all fluttery and uncomfortable.

    I hate all sports and I hate bicycles. I hate everything. Sports are so frightening, everyone always trying to hurt me. I think I might have inner ear damage. Either that or bikes are too far from the ground. Or too dangerous in general. They're terrifying...

    I don't like beans, that doesn't mean I don't eat protein...

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