I too am guilty; my culprit is M&M's. While I respect the "out of sight, out of mind" post, this is trouble for me, I'm afraid, since M&M's have become a staple incentive food for my three-year-old daughter, Jocelyn. These are kept on hand for special treats and behaving at bath time. (She is a terror in the water.)
At any rate, while I too struggle with the chocolate cravings, I am definitely going to try the suggested organic dark chocolate as a substitute rather than try, and again fail, with a total abstinence plan from chocolate. Maybe that will give me a less damaging fix. And thanks for that suggestion, Lili...
One last thing, the shame factor never helps. So, I would recommend avoiding those feelings altogether, where possible, and then moving on with a better plan. I tend to eat my shame, so I am better off avoiding this controllable emotion altogether, although it takes work. (Still working on it. :)
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