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Saturday, October 13, 2012

I was having a reasonable week until I met with my mum on Thursday in Nottingham, any deviation from my normal week always seems to throw me out.
I was alright until mum brought very sweet caramel biscuit, she said one would not hurt but we had already had a coffee and cheese scone( would have been OK if stopped there), Friday was no better as i took to nibbling but hopefully I am back on track now but Sunday is a dangerous day as spending so much time on my own I usual start to nibble (again).
I know I am a comfort eater and most of the time I can conquer it but when it takes over it is bad. To try and counteract it I have been swimming today.
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MCJULIEO 10/14/2012 2:41PM

    Swimming sure does help!

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CRAFTINWIFE 10/14/2012 1:52PM

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CAKAROO 10/14/2012 9:58AM

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EBURGITE 10/13/2012 6:25PM

    as long as you don't let a bad day (or two, or ten) derail you, you'll be back on track in no time! emoticon

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VONBLACKBIRD 10/13/2012 6:23PM

    I'm a comfort eater too but enjoy your mum while you still have her around..I found chewing sugar free gum helps.

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SATCHMO99 10/13/2012 2:16PM

    Hi,

I found telling my mum that I wasn't on a diet but had a lifestyle change to defeat diabetes really helped. She asked lots of questions about what I could eat, and is happy to work with me when I visit to keep on track.

It might be worth thinking about, cos one sweet biscuit leads the body down the slippery slope to cravings.

Hope that helps

Hugs, Satchmo x

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MS.ELENI 10/13/2012 2:10PM

    Hang in there. emoticon emoticon

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