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Felt Like Cheating today

Thursday, July 05, 2012

Oh I so wanted to cheat today. I was sad because my husband was in San Diego and I am at home. My older son was out with friends and my younger son has been on his computer most of the day. I get this way on holidays when my husband is way. I am tired of him being gone all the time on the holidays. I did not cheat but I sure wanted too. I know that when we move that he will be home for the rest of the holidays. So why ruin my diet over something like this.
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  • KAREN2LOSE55
    Good for you!! Your mind was telling you that it's worth it and you are! You could try chewing gum. That can do wonders when our mind is in good control! emoticon
    2709 days ago

    Comment edited on: 7/5/2012 12:28:30 PM
  • CINDYSDAY
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  • HAS2BEME
    Wow I just re read my blog and if you did not know this was a place where you are on a diet and trying to get healthy you would think that I was thinking about cheating on my husband LOL. I have seen that happen a lot because a lot of these young military wives do not know how to coop with their spouse being gone all the time.
    2710 days ago
  • DEBORAH-SIMS
    Good job! It is important to have coping skills to avoid emotional eating. You could phone someone and talk (talk to avoid feeling lonely and depressed), exercise (great for reducing stress), go outside and work in the yard or garden (be away from food and have dirty hands), clean the house or wash dishes (it is hard to wash dishes and eat) or drink water to help you feel full. Good luck! emoticon
    2710 days ago
  • no profile photo HOTPINKCAMARO49
    You go, girl! emoticon

    Today is the 1st day of the rest of YOUR LIFE!
    2710 days ago
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