Hello and welcome. My heart goes out to you for all that you've weathered during the last few years, it must be very difficult. It is hard to understand why your husband reacts the way that he does, because you mentioned that he nags you about your weight, and yet he also is bringing things into the house that make it difficult for you to keep your healthy eating goals. I wonder if there is some underlying need to control or insecurity that makes him fear you reaching your goals? I have had the same problem in the past with my husband, to a lesser extent, and realized that he was afraid that if I felt better about myself that I would somehow not need him as much. It took a long time to help him understand differently, and now he is supportive of me and my goals to be healthy. Walking is a great exercise, it's my favorite, and you're being a great role model for your daughter. When you feel tempted, do something physical and get yourself past the cravings, if you can even put off eating (except when you're truly hungry) for 20 minutes, the cravings will go away, and then over time you won't feel them as strongly because your body will be used to a new way of doing things. I wish you the best!!! Keep going, and remember, when you have a setback, don't stop!! Just because we get a flat tire, we don't jump out of the car and pop the other three! We fix the flat and move on!! So if you do eat any of those M&M's, don't allow it to send you on a trail of hopelessness, just pick yourself up and go ont!!!
"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."