BLACK_CANARY19

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Disappointed

Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Well.. I have no one to blame but myself but I'm having a really rough time. I lost 3 pounds, was doing good..they are all back now..I binged last night. I was doing really good yesterday..stayed within my calories, drank my water, worked out..and then at like 8 at night I started wanting to just eat. I just dont know how I can stop it. I know I'm not hungry, but something keeps making me want to eat...like a complusion and I just don't know how to stop it. I need to get back on track, and I know I shouldn't worry about what happened last night and look on to today and the future but I know that feeling will come back and I don't know what to do....
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  • CARMENMK
    I agree that each day is a chance for a new start, but I completely understand how frustrating it can be immediately after a screw up. I usually do well all day long, only to mess up at night -- usually after several good days in a row. I feel miserable after and swear I won't fall prey to it again, but there's just something about that first nibble of something late in the evening that makes me unable to straighten myself out and stop before I get going... uuuggghhh. It happens to me once or twice a week and completely stalls my weight loss. If I could change this ONE thing, I wouldn't have these silly 15 extra pounds to lose in the first place!
    3857 days ago
  • MEMES74
    I agree with Jenny888...I did that one night last week and I realized that when I am bored I eat...finding out what sets you off will help so much...

    Good Luck
    3862 days ago
  • JENNY888
    It helps to try to figure out what set off the binge. Most of us do this from time to time. Keeping a daily journal will help you discover the factors that cause it. Just start anew with new resolve. Each day is a new one.
    3862 days ago
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