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First day on here not good

Thursday, March 01, 2012

emoticon Yea, lately I've been doing well I was on a soup diet eating progresso soup for two of my main meals and cottage cheese for breakfast. That killed the cash. So I was reducing my intake of normal food and making them more healthy, with help from the husband. So far so good. Then I was given the choice to get what I wanted for supper as long as I paid for it. Big mistake. I ended up buying tyson steak fingers, big bag of ruffles queso chips, frito lay jalepeno cheese dip, and donuts. I went off on the chips eating about a fourth of the bag, put a decent size crater in the dip, and ate six of the steak fingers and dipped them in ranch dressing. I felt so guilty, because when I was going into the store. I knew it was wrong to buy those and greed took me over. Not to mention I wasted money on that junk. I am a child, a greedy child when it comes to food. I still need choices made for me until I can finally make a good choice when being in the situation, until then, my husband is taking back over and helping me. I will not do that again. So first day looks like crap. Grant it tomorrow isn't going to exactly be the best because of donuts, but still better than today. At least it will be that way until all the crap is gone.
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  • J0ETTE
    Learning is what this whole thing is all about. I agree stop dieting... You need to learn how to make it a lifestyle. Baby steps. You say you have a greedy child inside you... Take the baby steps to teach that child to behave. :) if having your supportive husband take over for a bit, that's great... If it works, keep doing it.

    You can do this! You have found SparkPeople! There are many many sparklers here just waiting to light your path. :)
    2783 days ago
  • MCDOWN75
    You have to avoid the Die-Its! They don't work if you can't eat that way for the rest of your life. This is about a lifestyle change. Instead of chips and dip, next time get some veggies and dip. I cut up carrots, celery, and other stuff I find on sale and get a tub of ranch or french onion dip. That takes the place of chips in our house. You can do it, it's just a learning process.
    2783 days ago
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