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chinese buffet

Tuesday, February 05, 2013

Today is only the second day in the last 3 weeks that I have gone out. I decided to get my act together and do something today. So after a nice shower, we did a very small grocery shopping and then went to the Chinese buffet. As much as I wanted to go as I have not been eating, that is how much I now regret going. I ate too much. My head wanted more than my stomach could stand but it wouldn't stop me. What is wrong with me!!!!! Why can't I stop. At least now I know when I am full, something that never happened to me before. But being full doesn't stop my eating. I kept going from one thing to another, almost not even tasting what I was eating only knowing that something was driving me to do it.

So now with my tummy ache and regrets about tomorrow, I need water too. The salt is overwhelming and my thirst is so great. Back to suffering, when am I going to learn????
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    emoticon I do the same thing every once in a while.
    1930 days ago
    Buffets are tough and require an incredible amount of will power. Don't let this bump in the road defeat you. Tomorrow is a new day with new choices. Pick up the pieces and march on.
    MARIA emoticon
    1930 days ago
    Buffets are tough.....too much temptation and not enough good choices.

    It's kind of like driving through the rough part of town.....avoid it when you can!
    1930 days ago
    You poor thing. I kinda do that after being sick a long time too. I feel so hungry I just don't use the wisdom I should and I over eat and regreat it dearly. Thankfully I have not had to face that sickness that is going around yet and I am dreding getting it cause it sounds so terrible. Heating pad and hugs!! Susan
    1930 days ago
  • 1EMMA2011
    Here's to hoping you feel better soon. I'm positive that after you feel better you will gain clarity.

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    1930 days ago
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