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Its going to be a hard next four days

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Tomorrow night Opelika decided they were going to have the kids trick-or-treat tomorrow night. So with the precise (spelling?) of candy in my site it will be hard to stay away from it. Then Friday and Saturday I'm going to 2 Halloween Parties, then Sunday Auburn goes Trick-or-treating. This wouldn't be a big deal if I wasn't going through a life change, but with going through this journey you have to stop yourself from letting the things that trigger you take over and ruin what you have worked hard on. I'm not gonna say that I will stay completely cause I know how I am. And I am a sucker for a butterfinger. I think I may just eat one, but if I can just turn off my feelings from candy completely I won't have to worry about just eating one and feeling bad about it. Or I could find somewhere to go for the night and not worry about it. But the Parties are what worry me the most. Any suggestions?
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  • JUNEBUG1944
    One Butterfinger is good, but more are not! Just keep reminding yourself that you are going to succeed on this new, healthy journey. Parties are hard...don't go to the parties hungry...eat before you go. If you must eat, try to find healthy things. Just eat a bite of whatever else you must have. Drink water or try soda water with lime...pretend it's a drink. Get some good exercise in each day and ask yourself, why did I exercise my butt off to sabotage myself by eating/drinking this junk?
    P.S. Thanks for the emoticon
    3733 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/27/2010 4:04:33 PM
    ONE will not hurt. Just remember, if you can't count it, don't eat it. Remind yourself continually how proud of yourself you will be when you get thru this successfully. AND you got my support! emoticon
    3733 days ago
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