I have lost a good deal of weight.I have been maintaining for like 2 years now,and really trying to shed like 10 more pounds.I always said that when I got to my goal,I would go by the 5 pound rule. To never let myself get beyond 5 pounds of my lowest point. I would say it's easier to lose 5 pounds than 10 or 15.And I was very successful at this for a long time,and I still work out at the gym almost everyday. Well since EasterI have gone beyond the 5 pound mark,way beyond. My 5 pounds has turned into 11 pounds.I can't get back into eating right for any amount of time. I'll eat good during the day, then start thinking about sweets and junk and go and eat it all. Yesterday I ate chips with cheese dip, pint of Ben and Jerry's, and cotton candy...after I had already eaten a very filling dinner.I was sick to say the least. It's like I'm addicted to food, once I start thinking about eating something bad,I feel like I'll go nuts if I can't get it. I'll drive to the convenient store at 10 PM for junk food. Please if you can offer any advice or help. I feel like it's all just slipping away and I'm developing a very disgusting habit... BINGEING. My weight is slowly but surely creeping back up there. Sorry, I'm very embarressed about all this but I had to get it out there.
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