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Can't help myself. I've been having the extra chocolate without telling anyone.

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My secret but I am only eating a very small bar and only about once a week.

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  • Me too. Just make sure I track it! emoticon - by SSORENSEN1
  • I personally am not a big sweet eater BUT I do love Peanut M&M's. And trust me, I savor them and make them last...... I suck on them until I get to the peanut and then chew it up! emoticon - by RPM2008
  • Often I will have an 8 pack of the little caniy bars in my cabinet. When I want chocolate. I will take out one of the candy bars (and put the other away right away). I cut the little candy bar into 6 pieces and put them on a plate, make myself a cup of tea and then sit down and enjoy my own little tea party, chocolate and all! emoticon - by 90DAYCHALLENGE
  • I found that grabbing one or two M&Ms w peanuts, helps my chocolate cravings. I keep a pretty crystal wine glass full of them out on my kitchen counter. I grab one or two pieces, about 3xs a day instead of going for the chocolate cupcakes or ice cream. I can give up most other sugar laden items except for CHOCOLATE! emoticon - by SMOOJAZZ
  • Build it in to your plan. There's nothing wrong with a little tasy treat. Call it your daily celebration and just add it in. Then proudly eat it. Enjoy it. Savor it. All that glorious wonderfulness.

    It will help you feel like you're not giving everything up. You'll feel less deprived.

    So sit down and really linger in that luxurious moment when you enjoy that glorious bit of chocolate. Be responsible. emoticon - by TZUZEN
  • Make it dark chocolate and its not so guiltful

    - by LADYJ6942

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