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I am mad at myself!!

Saturday, May 15, 2010

I have been doing so well until last night! I was upset with my hubby and I binged for the first time since January! That old emotional eater thing just reared its ugly head, I walked into the house and went straight for the fridge, cheese, taco meat, ham, then on to the crackers and then the girl scout cookies hidden in the freezer!!! Ooooh. Well today is a new day to start over again. Get control, move on, and run run run to burn off those extra calories consumed last night. Plus the hubby hasn't said a word to me about my weight loss and I've lost over 25 pounds now. Time to confront him too!
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    wow the big 25 on the weight loss!! you know we are proud of you, no matter what your hubby says. this is your journey, not his!! the binge is not so bad, we all have our days. as long as you are still here and willing to keep it up, that is what matters.
    4089 days ago
  • OPAL50
    Wow! First let me congratulate you on how well you have done. 25 pound loss since January! emoticon
    I just had a rare argument with my husband. He didn't give me the feedback on the picture I drew of his parents. I'm so sensitive about my art and it does set you back. However...get back on that "Spark" horse and ride. You can get back into it. emoticon emoticon emoticon

    4089 days ago
    please don't be mad at yourself for the binge. All you were trying to do was comfort yourself. Yes, we are trying to learn new and healthier ways to soothe ourselves but we are just flesh and blood and sometimes we grab our comfort wherever we can when we are hurting.

    4090 days ago
    For me, but he is always the one who complains about my weight. I am not really mad but don't understand why???
    4090 days ago
    Are you losing to impress him or is it for you. Don't get mad at him for not mentioning it..
    4090 days ago
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