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Feeling full

Monday, April 04, 2011

I've dealt with the disordered eating issues for so long now that at the beginning of this 100 day challenge it seemed like there was no way I could change what I was doing. But in reality, it's easier than I think it is, I just have to want to do it. The want is what makes this journey easy right now.

And here I am, sitting at the end of a day where ate in my calorie range yet another time, and shockingly, I feel FULL. Stopping to think about it is really the biggest step for me to stop overeating. Normally, I just sit there and chow down regardless of what I am physically feeling, and then completely regret it afterwards. Well, not today, and not yesterday either. That's 2 days in a row with more logical thinking about food!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
YCAMOMMY 4/16/2011 10:22AM

    Keep up the good work!!! You're making some huge breakthroughs, and I'm so very proud of you!!!

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ANANGELMOM 4/5/2011 2:23PM

    That's wonderful! Becoming aware of what your body truly NEEDS is a huge step! Keep at it girlie!

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TERRI77 4/4/2011 11:18PM


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    That is great

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GOING-STRONG 4/4/2011 11:11PM

    Being in CONTROL on what you are eating is such a great feeling. I bet you are enjoying your food more also. Mindlessly chowing has no satisfaction at all. Great job and all the best to you on your journey to health and fitness. Spark on!

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LUNATIFF 4/4/2011 11:10PM


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SORCHA89 4/4/2011 11:09PM

    Awesome job! Yeah it's about eating quality food frequently through the day and then you don't just binge in the evening! I love it, great job girl, keep up the good work!

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