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I am going to do this! I am going to lose this weight! I am going to stop this negative thinking! I am going to be "normal"! I am going to do this once and for all!

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I am going to do this! I am going to lose this weight! I am going to stop this negative thinking! I am going to be "normal"! I am going to do this once and for all!

I deserve better! I can do better! I will do better!




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Member Since: 7/29/2013

SparkPoints: 591

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My Goals:
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Control my overeating

Lose 10 pounds

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OOLALA53
9/5/2013 11:47:55 PM

To stop bingeing, it took quite awhile, but I did it by using the principles of the No S Diet (nosdiet.com- my same username on that board) starting 44 months ago (overate on weekends for a long time, but lost weight every year and am still losing). I also used many cognitive ideas of Judith Beck (NOT her diet plans, not counting calories, nor planning every bite ahead of time- just the thinking to stay on plan), and the knowledge (fear, really!) that if I didn't attack the binge habit rather than my weight, I would likely binge for my last decades on this planet. Brain Over Binge helped, too, though I did not go cold turkey like that author did. I also read a lot about French eating because the French LOVE food but don't overeat it. I had read a lot of anti-diet materials that advocate no restraint on eating except perhaps hunger, but found even that was too hard. But No S pulled it all together and gave me the structure I needed five days a week, and weekends to practice freedom. Now all my days are pretty similar. I even go whole weekends without sweets and I don't even care. emoticon

Comment edited on: 9/5/2013 11:48:25 PM

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