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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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  • CRAZYWOMAN10
    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.
    2259 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/10/2012 3:20:52 PM
  • SPIRALINGUP
    You did good, gf!
    2259 days ago
  • STEPH-KNEE
    I agree, I hate that one treat triggers the want for more. Very good job on resisting though! emoticon
    2259 days ago
  • HEALTHYIN2014
    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
    2259 days ago
  • JERZGURL_NAN
    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
    2259 days ago
  • UMUCGRAD
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    It is amazing, though, isn't it? The beast is still there, waiting to be reawakened.

    2259 days ago
  • JO88BAKO
    Good for you!! That is awesome that you were able to leave it alone. That's a real victory!!
    2259 days ago
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