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Day 1

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Weighed myself this morning and I was 156.4. Not as bad as I thought, but still not good! I have had a good breakfast, good lunch, and have plans for a nice dinner that keeps me under my calories. The problem, though, is DH decided to have a group of friends over tonight and everybody is bringing food. I get so weak in sticking to my plans. The people pleaser in me feels like I am going to offend if I don't try something of everything that others brought. Or the "paranoid me" feels like everybody is watching what I eat and someone is going to make a comment if I don't eat... thus having to explain my weight loss attempt- AGAIN, which opens me up for scrutiny at future events. ARGH!!!! My mind needs to stop going into overdrive thinking about these things! I am providing a raw veggie tray and I plan on munching on that this evening. PLUS saving room in my calories for a glass of Moscato after everyone leaves. I found the BEST wine and am going to use it as my reward for getting through the evening without binging. Thanks for listening!
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    I know just how you feel... When I was training from a figure body building contest it was non-stop. I felt the same way constantly. After a while, the same friends finally understood and no longer asked. It is such a pain. Good luck - stick to your plans and remember, you don't have to answer to anyone but you!
    1898 days ago
    Having one bite of everything will probably keep you in calorie range without the guilt. Good luck and enjoy your wine! emoticon
    1899 days ago
    Focus on the great time youll have with friends instead of the negative of not being able to try all the food. I'd also suggest filling up with a delicious healthy meal before you start so youre not as tempted when see items you want to avoid. GL!
    1899 days ago
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