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Thursday, July 29, 2010

excited to celebrate my friends 9 years of sobriety.you know what that means...cake! red velevet and yes i will be having my cake and eating it too.a piece of cake is not bad. a whole cake might not be great. i remember when i was depriving myself and then when i would eat something i told myself was "bad" i would start on a binge and engage in "last supper eating". which means i would say screw it i've already messed up so tonight will be my night to drive it into the ground since i am not going to be eating any of that "bad " stuff for a long time. ugh i shutter at the imprisoning cycle of that that used to be my life. again there are no good or bad foods. everything in moderation is how it is.thank you god for allowing me to live this life and removing my obsession to binge and live in shame. :-)
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  • WOOBIE0902
    emoticon emoticon on your nine years of sobriety!! That is definately something worth celebrating and you most certainly do deserve a piece of red velvet cake!!
    2908 days ago
  • WOOBIE0902
    emoticon emoticon on your nine years of sobriety!! That is definately something worth celebrating and you most certainly do deserve a piece of red velvet cake!!
    2908 days ago
  • WOOBIE0902
    emoticon emoticon on your nine years of sobriety!! That is definately something worth celebrating and you most certainly do deserve a piece of red velvet cake!!
    2908 days ago
  • POLKADOTREVIVAL
    Great job recognizing that! Moderation is the key for sure.
    I used to know a lot about that cycle.
    2908 days ago
  • -WRKNG2ABTTRME-
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    Nancy, co-leader (Gettin' Thin(ner) in 2010 team)
    2908 days ago
  • NKHARRIS329
    Exactly! You can have whatever you want in moderation. Enjoy that slice of cake.
    2908 days ago
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