If I have a trigger food that usually I can't keep in my house without finishing off the whole box...for me mint ice cream bars...I hide them in the back of the freezer with everything piled on top so that I can't get to them without digging everything else out first!!
Set aside 200 cals for ingredients. Prepare a large plate of hors d'oerves with the ingredients. Put it in the front of the fridge. You now have something to grab when you open the fridge! You will be surprised how many snacks you can make from 200 cals. Use cucumber coins, tomato or veggie slices, lo cal crackers,1 tbsp whip cream cheese,or salad dressing, a cheese slice, deli turkey/ham, herbs and seasoning. Example: tomato,, dab of dressing ,sliver of ham. Be prepared!
I get down sometimes when people try and deliberately sabotage my efforts. However, there are so many more people who watch without saying anything. The quiet group is wanting motivation and wants me to succeed.
How many times when you're eating out, have you decided not to eat any more but ended up doing it anyways? If there's not enough food left to take home, DESTROY IT! Maybe mix two things that you wouldn't eat together or, if it's paper, put your napkin on the food. Put too much pepper on it (at a pizza place use pepper flakes!) These examples are very subtle and shouldn't really be noticed by fellow diners. I find it much easier to resist eating when the food no longer appeals to me.
Sometimes you will make plans to get healthy, exercise, lose weight. DO NOT let others sabotage your efforts. Stick with your friends that are like minded. Keep up constant communication with them.
Learn to recognize when you're beginning to sabotage yourself. Separate yourself from that voice and say to it, "I'm not listening to you -- I can do this!