It took me 5 tries to quit smoking and one of the motivators on the final "quit" was that I NEVER EVER WANTED TO QUIT AGAIN!!!! What misery that was!
I've read a few comments here and there about people not wanting to become "afraid" of certain foods, but I have to differ on that one. I'm CERTAINLY afraid of how carbs make me feel, and of how easily they slip back into my food supply if I'm not vigilant enough.
When you are accustomed to privilege, equality feels like oppression. Love thy neighbor. No exceptions.
Keep it up you can do it. Just like any other addiction just say no and one day at a time.
Faith RTKR - 6/23/11 - 305 Sept 2011 - 315 LTKR - 7/26/12 - 257 Jan 1st 2013 - 241 Jan 1st 2014- 231 Jan 1st 2015 - goal Onederland !!!**************************** One can never consent to creep when one feels an impulse to soar!
current weight: 256.6
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is because I absolutely HATE carb/sugar withdrawal. I think I seriously might add it to my "why I'm doing this" board, because once I get past the initial cravings, I feel AWESOME. But getting there is awful :( Today while I was grocery shopping, I kept saying to myself "Would 199lb Jen eat that?" and "You're already going through withdrawal, and you KNOW it will get better soon, so do you really want to start the process all over again?" Oh the self pep talks!
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