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Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Hello, my name is Becca, I'm 33 and I'm a sugarholic. It has been excatly ZERO days since my last sugar binge.
Feel devestated.... can't hop back on the train. I was doing quite okay the fisr part of the day. Even though I didn't have any motivation I made myself do an exercise video. And then a parcel from Germany arrived. From mum. With German sweets. I put them away. I tried to distract myself. I did the school run. Nothing helped. Only one thought ruled my brain: "I wanna eat them. All of them." It feels like my brain is short wired.. or a bomb exploded up there. I haven't eaten all of it... so I reckon that's a good thing. I don't feel absolutely sick yet.
So I will try again tomorrow... and the day after... and the day after that.... hopefully it will be easier once my hubby is back.
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    The important thing is you are back and trying. And you got your exercise in! Tomorrow is a new day! It's always harder when your partner is away. Hopefully it will be easier when he is back!
    1752 days ago
    Well done for coming back, I know it's not easy. We just have to keep pushing. And when your husband is back it's going to be so much easier, you'll have your biggest fan cheering you on. And until he's back, I'm also cheering you on!
    1752 days ago
    Hi Becca, I am hearing your pain.
    Do you know it could be much easier if you set yourself guide lines.
    Don't try to give up sweets all together, this will never work.
    Just limit your self to a certain amount of sugary things each day.
    Try to go sugarless in your coffee or tea,or maybe you can take one less spoonful of sugar.
    Baby steps dear. Leads to bigger steps over time xx hugs Susie emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1752 days ago
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