Junk Food

Sunday, September 09, 2012

Today at church we had a women's luncheon and had salads which were good. As a take home gift they gave each lady a bag of caramel popcorn. I decided that I would go ahead and have this treat and I just wanted more junk food after I finished. It's like it opened up this door of wanting. I did well - had a diet soda and watched a show and it passed. So glad I didn't give in to the craving. It surprised me how much it woke up the junk food junkie in me.
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    Oh how I know that feeling...Congrats on waiting it out. You are doing great!

    PS...I posted a link on QOTD about emotional/physical eating...check it out.
    2760 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/10/2012 3:20:52 PM
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    You did good, gf!
    2760 days ago
    I agree, I hate that one treat triggers the want for more. Very good job on resisting though! emoticon
    2760 days ago
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    It's amazing how just opening the door a little to junk food and make it that much harder to turn down next time. Great job on the slamming the door shut! emoticon
    2761 days ago
    Oh My Goodness, I am so proud of you. That was scary, wasn't it. Wicked Sugar!!! It will do it everytime!!

    So happy to see you are doing well. I have been stuck for over a month - actually most of the summ,er. It's been good, just no scale victories. I'm almost back on track and seeing some sort of loss should be what I need to get motivated. hope you week is great!! Huz
    2761 days ago
    It is amazing, though, isn't it? The beast is still there, waiting to be reawakened.

    2761 days ago
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    Good for you!! That is awesome that you were able to leave it alone. That's a real victory!!
    2761 days ago
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