Wednesday, January 09, 2013
Although most of the Christmas chocolate has gone now, there's still some around, and if it's there, I find it extremely hard to resist, even more so now after having eaten it again through Christmas. I knew that this would happen, it really is a bit like alcoholism, but how do you say to people don't give me chocolate unless you hate me? ( see, I need to learn proper assertiveness skills, I know that this is not a good way to phrase it!) Hopefully though, if Stu remains on his Fitbit kick, he won't give me chocolate at Easter, which is the next hurdle, although his mum undoubtedly will. She has indeed, already said, 'you don't need to lose any more weight though, do you'. A statement, not a question. Like she knows best. Do I sound bitter? I suppose I do, because I know that people give chocolate as a gift, it's supposed to be a good thing, and I do love it, but I don't want to, and they are not helping. Should I just throw it away? I took the tin of Roses his mum gave me, in to work and most of it was eaten by the IT guys, but I still had a few. Should I just do this with all chocolate I'm given and tell friends and family at Christmas and Easter, 'if you give me chocolate, I'm going to take it into work for other people to eat, so if that's what you want, go spend your money?'
I need to go and play some Skyrim