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emotional eating, pizza, and popcorn

Friday, May 06, 2011

Got really stressed out today. Cried and vented. Came home, almost ate a piece of pizza (emotional eating, not out of hunger) but didn’t. Thought about getting drunk but didn't do that either.

Leftover pizza. Didn’t eat it last night but did for dinner tonight. Worried about going overboard, especially after last Saturday’s 3-slice binge. Only had 1 slice: picked off the sausage that I didn’t want anyway. Had a really big salad with it. Ate right before I went to the movies.

Pop got the big tub of popcorn that comes with a free refill. Only had about 2 cups maybe. Good thing I wasn’t hungry! Popped some sugar-free gum into my gullet to keep myself from eating more. Brought my thyroid pills to remind me that I couldn’t eat too late, either. Smuggled in water so I wouldn’t be tempted to drink the non-diet soda.

Won 3 battles today.
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    You did great! A bag of lays classic potatoe chips ambushed me yesterday. I hate to say it but that bag will never be same,lol. emoticon
    2601 days ago
    emoticon Great job only 1 piece of pizza. emoticon

    I used to take water into the movies when I went. Sounds like you did good there also.

    Have a great day!
    2602 days ago
    As already stated you did good. I probably would have given in at the pizza. Pizza and ice cream are my downfalls. Congrats.
    2602 days ago
    You did great girlie!!! I think I might have just given in to that slice of pizza. If there is something I know about is those thyroid pills. I'm always watching the time when I eat and all to make sure I wont take the pills too late. Just because I prefer to drink them at night. They just work way better for me that way. I didn't know that you had a thyroid issue. Well girlie glad to see things went well for you. You are doing great. Keep it up girlie!! Hugs!

    2603 days ago
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