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looking at things differently

Thursday, April 04, 2013

I came home early today from work not feeling that great. Probley not going to get much excerise in today. I got lots yesterday and i will keep my eating in check. If I feel up to it will put a dvd in later.
May obeservation yeaterday about hiding behind food has made me think about it more. My whole life for the most part has been around food. I am a cook by trade, Much of my spare time in the past was volentering with dinners and such. I have been losing weight putting it on taking it off. It has been the topic of many of the conversation I have with people. This relationship with food has been unhealthly and has lead to unhealthly relationships in other parts of my life. Hiding behind food , blaming food, over eating,.I think I have a better handle on it now however It is ongoing. It is like an addiction.
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  • ALL-IS-AMAZING
    Hope you're feeling better soon!
    1339 days ago
  • ALEXSGIRL1
    I used to eat by what tasted good was the most decadent. Having a bad day i would eat more, Have to try this or that. Sad okay eat. mad okay eat. now i look at food as nutrition. maybe because of my pacemaker , I take each meal seperately what is the best food in the house i can have for breakfast. lunch is usually a salad. my son is 22 no job and he cooks fried food etc . so now I will eat his fried chicken a little piece but then eat some brown rice and a ton of veggies. When I am sad or mad I now watch a repeat of my favorite shows moonlight and the big band theory , or I sit in a rocking chair or swing and rock or I read to distract me . New behaviors take time you will find yours hope you feel better soon and get to watch your dvd.
    1340 days ago
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