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vacation blues

Sunday, July 08, 2012

*warning* *VENTING* *warning*
So i haveam on a vacation with my in laws and being healthy is becoming a challenging. They have good metabolism and don't care that they eat white bread or that their snacks are un healthy. I don't have the best control so with all of this around i haven't been able to keep from a handful of this or that.
The biggest thing is that they like to just skips meals. Its coffee for breakfast snacks for lunch and eating out for dinner. I CAN'T DO THAT! I need three meals a day, low calories and one to two snacks. Then they act like I'm a burden cause i want to eat. And at the store i was a pain because of the things i needed. I haven't been the best at eating but I'm trying to get better and this isn't helping. Then i stress eat.
I do i have to throw out a thank you to my husband, even though he won't see this. He speaks up to his parents and say we want lunch and he is hungry for lunch. At the quickmshop this morning he helped me check calories. Even though i knew the protein bar in the truck was better than anything in there he was willing to help. This day two of 8 so i have a long way to go. Indeed lots of support and love guys mad gals. I don't know what to do.
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  • MAMALOVEBUG
    I'm sorry you are having a hard time on vacation. I think it is great that you are sticking up for yourself and your needs. I am on vacation right now with my parents and brother and it is definitely harder than being home with just my immediate family. My dad was making comments about not wanting to eat all the time too and I told him that some of us need to eat three meals a day and that he doesn't have to but he shouldn't give anyone else a hard time about it. I hope that you have a great time on your vacation and that the food part of it gets easier.
    2326 days ago
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