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10/8/19 3:35 P

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Oh boy, can I ever relate! I won't buy them because if they're in my kitchen i WILL eat them. Like an addict, I crave sweets even if they AREN'T around! My only victory has been giving up ice cream; I was able to quit that cold-turkey, and even though my husband insists on buying cartons of cookies-n-cream, I can keep away from it. It might be because he showed me a horrifying video about how inhumanely dairy cows are treated -- fueled by the demand for ice cream.

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9/18/19 11:34 A

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Similar here.
I buy one or two single serving items, or only allow treats outside the home.

Wake up every day knowing you make the decision to begin your journey anew.

This choice in this moment defines now.
What is your now?



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9/12/19 7:16 P

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Yes I have the same problem, I can't just have one! My DH on the other hand can have one or two cookies and not look at the cookies or candy for a few weeks, Meanwhile the bag is calling my name every night.

I replaced the temptations by having treats just for me. Find a sugar free substitute for yourself.

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9/10/19 1:22 A

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I had that problem, but since I have diabetes, I stopped buying treats. Husband has the treats he likes and still buy but what he likes, I don't.

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9/6/19 2:46 P

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Hi there,
Yes, my husband and I both have that problem! So, like you, we don’t buy it. If we’re out and a dessert is available (at someone’s home, not restaurants) we enjoy it. I make a lot of “healthy” muffins that satisfies my love of baking, I keep them in the freezer for breakfast or a snack.
Good luck!

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8/19/19 4:54 P

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I am 77 and happy to be alive. Had problems with weight all my life and 2 weeks ago decided to give healthy eating another try. My biggest problem--treat challenged. Can't eat just one cookie or one of anything else. The bag or package calls to me even if I hide it. Soooo, I have decided to leave treats in the store, in the wherever but not at my home.

Anyone else have my problem?

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