Shyla, I totally empathize! BUT! The fact that you recognize these self-defeating thoughts and are asking for help tells me that you want to be healthy more than you want to eat or not waste those things. You CAN do this girl!!!
Okay...give all acceptable food to the local food bank, soup kitchen, shelter, or church.
THROW OUT the tea, the frosting, and any other food in the house that tempts you (including the sunflower seeds!). You can do this!!!
Then, make a plan of attack for the things that are to come. Some ideas:
Nephew's b-day--bring SBD safe dessert for yourself, and plan something fun to do there, like play with the kids, chat with a family member or friend, or even a craft that you enjoy. If you can't do it there, promise yourself something if you stay OP during the party, like a luxurious bubble bath, an hour with a mug of tea, quiet, and a good trashy novel, or a long walk with your DH.
Valentine's Day: you can celebrate this all year long, so postpone your celebration to the first night on Phase 2 and eat strawberries dipped in chocolate. Yum!
Vacation: plan something equally delicious but less fattening, like a boat ride, going dancing, or doing some dancing in the hotel room under the sheets!
DH's B-day: make something SBD safe for his b-day. Eat out at a place with SBD friendly food or eat in and make something romantic but OP. I'm making SBDized german food (DH's favorite) for his b-day and an apple crisp with WW flour, splenda, and oats for the topping. We'll either have small scoops of fairly SBD friendly vanilla ice cream or make our own at home. It'll be fun!
As to salads, if you don't like them, don't eat them!
Have leftovers from dinner for lunch or make meat rollups...have tuna or chicken salad (with mayo, not cut up on lettuce). You can go weeks without a salad if you don't like them.
I know you can do this girl...