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Time to get real

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

This past week, I had a big eating frenzy. Just eating whatever I felt like such as cookies, ice cream, soda, caffeinated coffee and candy. It is pathetic. I was at least off of soda, candy, and caffeinated coffee for a while. Now it is like who cares? This body isn't going to change. I'm so sick of this. I thought that I kicked my overeating, binging style. I was supposed to be finished with this issue.

I just saw a picture of me from camp. I barely ate the whole weekend and let's just say I did not look as good as I thought I did. It is just nuts and my weight actually went up. Do I go to weight watchers, or overeaters anonymous or ...ugh.

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  • SCHUBERTR1
    I feel like I say this a lot but it's not what you're eating, it's what's eating you. Until you uncover the real, underlying issue you will never get over the binging. Weight Watchers is a great program but it will not uncover for you what is truly bothering you. Are you unfulfilled? Bored with your job/being a stay at home mom? Feel like you're not living your true life? Figure that out and the binging will be gone.
    1934 days ago
  • KELLEY106
    Try a different approach. Eat healthy 6 days of the week and allow yourself one anything goes day. Better yet try blowing it for one breakfast, one lunch and one dinner a week. No matter how you look at it eating 18 healthy meals and 3 whatever meals gives you a break every week. Don't give up.
    1935 days ago
  • DANIELLE2013
    i can definitely relate to the eating frenzies. whenever i'm bored i tend to go to sugary snacks. one thing i've found that really helps stop the temptation is to avoid buying junk food at all.
    1935 days ago
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