I'm totally with you - I can't have a lot of things in the house, because if they are there, I will eat them. All of them. Usually in large quantities at one time. My solution? They're not in my house. I have no chips, no soda, no cookies, no ice cream, no candies - nothing that I know will send me over the edge.
Some people say that you have to "learn" to control yourself around your trigger foods, but I know that I can control what is in my house. If I set myself up for success, I'm more likely to be successful. So the stuff just doesn't make it into the house.
Now, when I'm outside of my house, that's a different story, and that can be hard, too. If someone brings something yummy to the office, I try to have just *one* cookie (or brownie, or whatever it is). That way, I don't get people goading me to eat it, and I can adjust my calories around it later in the day.
I hope this helps. I know it's also hard when your hubby wants to have stuff that you want to binge on in the house. You know what, though? He'll get used to it not being around. My husband used to drink soda every single day. After we moved in together, and I told him I just couldn't have it around, he started to only buy cans or bottles for himself from vending machines, and then he stopped buying it altogether. Just let your husband know that you need his support and keeping the bad stuff out of the house is one way of supporting you.
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