A case study of what goes wrong with my diet

Wednesday, October 06, 2010

This is the first blog where I am deeply moved just watching it play back on my own. It reminds me of every slip I've had that has derailed me from a lifestyle change over the past ten years. I'm allowing myself to be candid with you, so that I may be more candid with myself. There is too much at stake not to be.
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  • KML410
    Congratulations on your ability to identify your issue. If you think you need to stay away from sugar and white flour thats great. You have to follow your gut feeling and do what you think will work for you.

    I hope you don't mind me saying this but you seem to be beating yourself up too much, you look great and your working towards your goal, just remember that the weight did not come on overnight and it will not disappear overnight. Stay with it we are all struggling it's hard to stay on track because we face food everyday and we constantly have to make choices. You are not alone! Thanks for the blog emoticon
    2778 days ago
    Hey sweetie, thanks for not making me wait. I'm majoring in psychology and we just learned about a psychologist, Guthrie and his method of breaking a habit. Maybe if you could find the stimulus that leads you to that habit of visiting the vending machine. Just a thought. Listening to you is like listening to myself, rice krispie treats, twix favorites as well. If you had said red licorice I'd have dropped over. We all struggle with the same things and it helps to see you and hear you put them out there, out loud. Love you girl! emoticon

    2782 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/7/2010 11:56:25 AM
  • -PAULA
    Putting it all out there should help you be more accountable for what you are putting in your mouth. Thanks for sharing. You will learn a lot from your new e-book, enjoy.
    2783 days ago
    Wow! You are not alone. You just described my diets, like, all of them! I will be checking up on you and see how it goes.
    2783 days ago
    It's always great to be honest with ourselves.
    2783 days ago
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