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The Anti-Diet: Nixing Food as a Reward?

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

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Last night, my hubby and I got into a discussion in which we 'agreed to disagree'. I told him food should not be a reward, or a celebration. He told me he LOVES food and thinks its a great reward!

Two ways of thought here....I'm going to say the same sentence...but one is by Dana, and the other is by Seth (my hubby).

Dana: "I've lost 17 pounds! That's great! I need to celebrate. Lets go see a movie, and maybe we can have dinner."

Seth: "I've lost 25 pounds, and you've lost 17! That's great! Lets celebrate. Lets go to dinner...how about All You Can Eat Sushi?? and maybe we see a movie."

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Ok so we end up doing the same thing. We see a movie and we eat lots of Sushi.

However, we have two totally different mind sets. Can you see a difference?
Maybe I'm just tricking myself...

What are your thoughts on 'Food for celebration?'
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