I hear ya...peanut butter is soooo addicting! What if you had something like almond butter or cashew butter instead? Truth be told, peanuts aren't healthy for us (aside for the protein source) and other nut butters are much more bang for your calorie buck, health-wise. Maybe if you had a different butter that doesn't seem as appealing, you could control yourself? Otherwise, I suggest not having any in the house at all. ever. It's hard to give up, but if you avoid it for a good month, it might lose some of its appeal. Or, it might just be a lifetime issue and you should avoid it the way an alcoholic avoids alcohol. Hope you figure it out. It's good to know a trigger food because then, you can take it seriously and learn to deal with the problem.
First goal: under 180:
Second goal: 175 or below:
Third goal: 168 (no longer overweight):
Fourth goal: 160 or below:
Final goal: 145-155 (not sure if this will ever happen):