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binge? not today!

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Okay so I lost 4.6 lbs this week! woohoo!

On another note. I tried not to binge today. We were cleaning and cleaning today and i didn't have time to set up my meals. So i was good and ate a subway 6in chicken. However, i was out and about and my mom wanted KFC and my binge-self was like awesome! i will get Chinese! (p.s. Chinese is my favorite!). So.. this part is embarrassing. I get my moms biscuit and i ordered a second one (i love those as well!) i then stopped and to get my Chinese. I get the take out buffet and go nuts. fried everything! But being a binge eater i don't get just one container to go.. i get 2! (yikes). So i get all my food and stop at McDonalds for a diet coke for my mom and i get a medium chocolate shake. (this is a binge, if you're not familiar with this behavior). I get home and i look at my food (all of it) and I feel sick to my stomach. So I only ate 25% of Chinese i got, i only drank like maybe 30% of the shake and i had one biscuit with butter and honey. yes, i ate over my calories for day.. but I didn't binge.

Did you read that? I didn't binge! I could have so easily and I didn't. If your asking yourself.. could she really eat all that? The answer is yes... and more. However, in the future i will not set myself up for that again. Oh, I also threw out the rest of the food as to not be tempted. Take that binge!
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    Great for you! SP has lots of articles on how to stop binge behaviours and replace them with healthy choices. Keep at it and you WILL succeed!
    2206 days ago
    wow! Great you did control yourself and not binge! Congrats. I used to have problems with peanut butter and chocolate... If you want to - you can stop binging!
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    2206 days ago
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