Hang in there. It does get better once you get into a good dietary routine. I have read from several sources that it is better to eat the most carbs at breakfast, such as oatmeal for instance. Carbs digest slowly which forces your body to burn more stored fat. So I eat my daily bowl of oatmeal, with a variety of low calorie stir-ins like fruit or sugar-free marmalade. At lunch, I eat a lower dose of carbs, like soup, and then yogurt for dessert. I try to eat the fewest level of carbs at supper, usually a salad, so that the carbs don't sit in my stomache all night. I think that routine has been what has given me the success I have had. I also read that you want to eat a minimum of 1300 calaries per day.
I have a lot of confidence in your ability to succeed. I have been one of the worst at following diets over the last 4 or 5 years. I can honestly say that this time has been very easy and very rewarding. I stay active3 by the nature of my work, but I have also stepped up my pace somewhat. I look forward to seeing your success. Hang in there.