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I don't think I have eating triggers. I ate dinner tonight. I had a pretty good conversation with my husband and But I just want to. So, I chugged some water and now I'm writing about it. I guess this place is rubbing off on me. I never thought I'd be able to break my little tantrum of over eating habit. I did have alittle spoonful of peanut butter. But I'm still in my calorie range so it's okay. The thing I don't get is why I do it. I'm sure there's people out there that think I can eat whatever I want and there's also people out there who think I wouldn't be able to consume how much food I really do sometimes. I know that it's whenever I'm alone. But could that really be the only reason? I felt like I ate too much at dinner, but I measure out my food and I'm pretty good about not getting seconds. Could it be the feeling of fullness that makes me feel "bad" to go and eat more. I did really well today I thought. I excercised more than I have been lately. Granted I don't have a rigorous work out but I still do it every day. Well atleast I didn't do it. I'll go for another walk today and keep chugging along tomarrow.
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    Do you think that maybe its the types of food you are eating that is triggering you to want more? Like to do you crave food after you just had a really carb ridden dinner? Or do you want to eat more later when you havent had really any fat all day? Just a thought.

    Anyway, good job keeping the calories in check!
    5265 days ago
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