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Two Weeks and Today I feel Anxious?


Wednesday, October 10, 2012

I know that sounds so crazy. Yet that is the way I feel today. Let me begin with last night. My husband arrives home at 9 pm and has three doughnuts. Notice that I said not 1 or 2 but 3. No wonder I feel anxious? I wondering what is going to be next. What will someone bring to me just to be nice and thoughtful. Look when I wanted those things no one was bringing them to me. Has this ever happened to you? You find yourself moving along at a good speed doing and eating the right things only to be side lined by a doughnut. With the person before Spark I would have ate all 3 doughnuts. I did eat 1 gave the other to my husband and today I offered the other to my daughter with her coffee. I feel like I dodged a bullet. So I am helping myself today by working on my vision collage. Why the vision college so that when someone comes home with their weapon to hinder my goal I can pull out my new weapon ( Vision Collage) and remember that my goal will taste better than anything they can bring through the front door to eat. Jab Jab Jab right hook with my vision collage. Knock out!
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DATMAMA4 10/11/2012 11:10AM

    I think most hubbies are the same way. It's not really an effort to sabotage, per se, but they think they're rewarding you for a job well done.

I don't know why it works that way. My hubs will tell me how proud he is of me, and yet will offer treats. Sometimes he'll even say, "You've been working so hard, you deserve it." I know he means well, because 98% of the time, he's encouraging me not to give in when I waver. And to be fair, the treats are not offered constantly, but are more a situational thing, like if we're out together for a special day.

I think your husband may simply not be aware of what those innocent donut/treat offerings really mean to you. Tell him in love, and you'll be fine.


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MISSG180 10/10/2012 4:21PM

    Making changes in your life can be intimidating to the people who love you--even if they encouraged you to make the changes and say that they are supporting you! You may have to give hubby some extra reassurance that you love him and that won't change. If he feels secure, the food sabotage might stop.

If it doesn't, you may have to talk to him more directly about it. Good luck.

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