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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

yes my friends influance my eating. i spend very little time with them because of it.

i have very little will power when i am with them and at home there are not cheets.

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WANDAH3 6/23/2009 6:25PM

    I used to allow it to bother me when people made comments or gave me that look that said "wow, no wonder you are that size". Now I know that I am eating healthy and eating what I have allowed for the day and because I feel much better about myself...I am able to ignore them. I no longer feel the need to justify to anyone what I am eating. But I also limit my interaction with those same negative people. I just remind myself, that I am a wonderful person and I am working on me.

Good for you for being your own best friend.


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YOYONOMORE1 6/23/2009 3:11PM

    They really don't I know what I want and what I can have and if I slip up a little I try and adjust at the next meal or do a little more exercise, if they make comments I usually don't pay any attention. I am at an age where it's not worth wasting my energy on, I don't need to explain to anyone what I am eating or why.


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MAURIZIA 6/23/2009 2:01PM

    I get reactive to my friends' comments...i.e. last week one of my co-workers looked at my bagel with lox and said, "Boy, that's a carb fest!" Made me enjoy it more!

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