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Saturday, November 23, 2013

Today I was above my 1500 calorie limit by about 300 calories. I didn't even eat a whole bunch of bad stuff...I don't know if 300 calories is major. I find it funny that I can go under my calories by 400 and it's fine, but I go over by 300 and the first thing I think about is going into the bathroom to purge. Of course I didn't. But I thought about it. Old habits die hard, I guess. I haven't done that in years and years. I didn't even "think" I would...it just popped into my head. Anyway...I put down all my calories anyway...I lost it...cried...husband tried his best to console me. I will talk about it more tomorrow, perhaps. I ended up calling my SIL and we talked for a couple of hours. She's the one I've started the support group with. I am just emotionally spent right now and just need tv and bed. Goodnight.
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  • v FEMISLIM
    It is well with you!!!
    1003 days ago
  • v FORMYDARLINGS
    Oh, my friend. If you think about a weeks worth of calories, do 300 more on 1 day make that much difference? NO, they don't. Moderation, NOT perfection is the goal here. I also know about purging but am far enough to know that 1 day will not make or break me. SLow down and ask yourself if in the past 7 days you have had 300 calories less in those 7 days altogether. If the answer is yes. you are PERFECTLY balanced. Hold on to your new habits and really push away those thoughts. I know it is easier said than done. But you are aiming for healthy and those thoughts are definitely not. Move forward, my friend and you are doing great.


    Gini
    1003 days ago
  • v KITT52
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    tomorrow is a new day, a clean slate...chance to do better...

    sleep well
    1003 days ago
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