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Old 04-22-2014, 12:04 PM   #11
Mercedes136
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"Then Sat. I had a moment where I thought, "I can't have that- it's too many calories." It was a Cadbury Crème Egg (lol). Which I wrestled over in my mind for hours, then gave in and had, then felt guilty, and bought some binge food. You know the routine, perhaps. And had I just allowed myself to eat the darn egg, it wouldn't have happened! Restriction is my major trigger. [/color]"
I can totally relate to the restriction being a major trigger, the more i "attempt" to restrict myself the more i eventually end up eating. I did this same thing over the weekend with Peanut butter cup eggs. i told myself NO, you cant have any. i ended up eating about 10 other "healthier" snacks through the day that did not satisfy the craving and i ended up at the end of the day having the PB cup anyway, if i would have just eating one earlier i could have skipped the 10 extra snacks that even though were healthy were a waste since it was not what i was craving.

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