I so get it. I was at a friend's for dinner Monday eve and she offered wine and I said yes to a half glass only as I knew that I'd be over my calories with the meal anyway and decided to manage with the alcohol intake. It feels so good doesn't it?
I know people who can have a candy dish sitting on the coffee table and let them go stale. I would never let that happen, even if I had to ration them daily. Chuckle.
Thanks so much for the support! My boyfriend was actually super supportive-- I felt a little rude saying that I'd already eaten because I didn't want him to think I was unappreciative, but he totally understood.
If roles had been reversed and I had brought something for him and he had refused, I would had been overly sensitive and had my feelings hurt! I'm so glad he was so understanding :)
Thanks again everyone! :)
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JH21164, Wow! That was a biggie! I am so curious: How did your boyfriend respond? He is familiar with a different response, so to get this new response, well, I can only imagine his was totally surprised. Really, I am so impressed by you! You are destined for great success.
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Way to go! It's great that you're consciously thinking about where you are with regards to your calories for the day before digging in.
I am not usually one to brag about accomplishments, but I said no to my biggest trigger food tonight.....pizza! My boyfriend brought home my favorite pizza as a surprise tonight but I'd already tracked/eaten my calories for the day and had even brushed my teeth! I said a big thank you to make sure I sounded grateful and promised I'd plan for it and have some for dinner tomorrow. Before joining this site I would've chowed down on a few slices regardless of the fact I'd already eaten dinner! Feeling very proud at the moment :)
Hope everyone else is having a wonderful day, as well!
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