Ok, so I'm a binge-eater. If it's in the house, I eat it, whether I really want it or not. For about 2-3 months I fell hard off the wagon, really hard. I got into the habit of buying a pint of ice cream 1-2 times a week and devouring it in one night, among all the other junk food I was eating. When I fall off the wagon, I don't even look at foods like spinach or chicken while I'm buying groceries. It's all cookies, bread, ice cream and various other crap.
I'd go through a loaf of bread and a jar of peanut butter in 3 days. Now a loaf of bread lasts us a week.
So anyways, how do you get over the wanting or (what I felt to be a physical) need for this stuff? Dh bought ice cream a couple days ago and I limited yesterday's food intake so I could eat mine last night. It didn't even end up tasting that good to me and it gave me a wicked stomach ache. But I know, in my brain, if I had another one, I'd do the same thing all over again.
How do you talk yourself out of doing something you really know isn't good for you and you really don't want to do. But you do it anyways?? How do you exorcise the demon?
*sigh* to the store today to stock up on healthy options. I'm such a weak soul.