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Fitness Minutes: (13,127) Posts: 28 11/15/13 7:38 P
My mantra is to forgive and forget. You're going to have slip ups and that's perfectly okay! Just don't let it control your mood or day. Sometimes you can think of it as a "treat" for that day and move on. The best way I move past situations like that is to instead of thinking, "Oh man, I really shouldn't have eaten that..." I think: "Hey that was soooo good! Now I can eat healthy for the rest of the day and I will not let this stop me!".
current weight: 149.0
Fitness Minutes: (5,445) Posts: 166 6/11/12 5:27 P
I fight this by owning up to what I ate, tracking everything and moving on. I hate seeing myself over calories, and it helps me to see what possibly triggered the binge or what I am doing wrong.
It comes down to a simple question: What do you want out of life, and What are you willing to do to get it?
current weight: 184.4
Fitness Minutes: (140) Posts: 1 6/7/12 10:35 A
Yesterday I started off eating well, but then slipped up & it was down hill from there. How do you guys stop the mentality of 'Oh well, I already screwed up I may as well eat as much as I want today and start over tomorrow'?
current weight: 134.0
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