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Am I Comfortable?

Monday, October 22, 2012

What a crazy weekend. I always screw up my hardwork on the weekends when I go home. My only explanation is that I am putting myself back into the environment that I got fat in. I stayed at my mom's this weekend. I ate fried chicken for the first time in YEARS! I couldn't believe it. Not only did I eat fried chicken. I had several glasses of sugary kool-aid! YUCK!

I'm concerned with these out of control eating habits. I don't want food to keep dictating my life to me. I deserve better than allowing food to control my life. I even ate a whole pepperoni pizza. YUCK! What is going on with me?

I almost feel like I am losing control again. Did I get too comfortable in these 6/8's...well eating like that it will be a 10 before long. So today is a new day. I'm low carb, but the week is not my problem. It's the weekend that messes it all up. I've got to find a way to get through the weekend. I may try staying at my apartment instead of my mom's this weekend to see if that changes things.
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    I have the same problem. When I visit my Mum and Dad on the weekend, they always fix the best food! My parents are great cooks! So, I usually end up eating 2 or 3 servings of everything, and cleaning my plate. I also drink the WORST tea ("worst" as in bad for me...but it's the BEST tasting!), and it's easy to fall back into old habits and comfort.

    It's a tough battle. You have to continually keep on yourself and remind yourself how hard you've worked. I think most of all, everything is ok in Moderation. Don't beat yourself up over it! Sample that fried chicken, but grab a very small piece. :)
    2039 days ago
    Life can get in the way. You are right. We slip into the eating habits we had in that home enviornment.

    However, if you can catch it now and not let it get out of control even going home can be okay.

    It's a new day with no mistakes in it!

    2039 days ago
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