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Monday, November 01, 2010

Do I have to go back to not keeping ANY goodies in the house at ALL? Yeah, I think it's gotten to that point.

I am so disgusted with myself. I didn't blow it altogether...but I sure didn't do what I intended to.

Twice this past week, I was offered cookies and goodies, and I stood strong. Then, yesterday I went to church and there was a spread afterwards - hospitality was bonkers. I had little tastes of cheesecake, pastries, and a few giant strawberries covered in chocolate (never had that before)later on, a few pieces of dark chocolate. It's that "free food" temptation again.

But today I am filled with Self-loathing. The scale says 2 lbs Higher! I Do realize that I didn't gain 2 lbs in one day...the day before it was ONE pound higher.

So I'm going to buckle down, and treat myself like what I AM, a sugar addict in recovery...and try, TRY to forgive myself - see it as a learning experience,
and know that, in spite of yesterday ....I CAN DO this. But I need to do things Differently. (I just got a Synchronicity hit - on this - with John Stewart speaking what I am writing) Sign from the Universe that I'm on the right track.
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  • FLORIDASUN
    Yes...it is SO difficult to side step temptations...and the really BAD thing is that once you get that sweet little devil on your tongue you want more and more and more! I know you are feeling badly about this slip up...but brush it off and know that you can sidestep that temptation by bringing your own little munchie pack along with you full of healthy choices. Fresh fruits are great or crudites with some low fat dressing will make you happy and content. Just pack your little treats and eat up...right along with your friends...and feel GOOD about yourself and how smart you are for planning ahead! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3396 days ago
  • DESTINYE
    It is difficult with the free food AND sugar, I know! But you are determined and even if it is one step forward and one step back you are still healing your issues, keep it up!
    3396 days ago
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