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Old 03-01-2014, 03:37 PM   #9
LoopyLou
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Join Date: Feb 2014
Location: Scottish Highlands
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I'm with you guys too.
I'm learning to understand the triggers that make me want to go scoff something. Sometimes it's habit - like when I watch TV I want to eat, or usually when I get anxious or angry. Funnily enough sadness doesn't make me want to eat, it has the opposite effect.
Once I get a craving I tell myself that I can have it in 15 minutes if I still want it - 99.9% of the time I don't.
The nack though is to recognise the craving before you've eaten something, it's very hard and took me a while to learn to do it but I've gotten much better at it now so can usually stop a craving.
However there are some days when all efforts are blown out the water and I just binge
As for hunger - what's that???? I don't think I've let myself feel hungry for many years - something else I need to work on
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