Binge Triggers?

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HeyJude602

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Posted: 21 Mar 2014, 12:27
This topic has probably been done before, but I can't find it, so here goes.

Believe it or not, not being able to think of what I want to eat for a meal can trigger a binge that lasts for days.

Step 1: I can't think of what I want to eat.
Step 2: I wait to see what I am hungry for.
Step 3: I pass the point of hungry until I am "hangry", so hungry I am now irrationally angry.
Step 4: Just eat whatever I can get my hands on
-and that leads to -

Step 5: BINGE CITY!

Am I the only one?

Goal!

I try to think of exercise like doing the dishes or laundry; I might not necessarily look forward to doing it, but it is necessary.
LauriSinger

Joined: Feb 14
Posts: 14

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Posted: 23 Mar 2014, 17:27
I know what you mean. When I have to shop for others, it is REALLY tough. I find I am better off slating my meals in advance. I need to take the choice, the decision, away from myself. I eat set meals.



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