I had such an awesome weekend.....spent one on one time with my daughter, then went biking along the beach with my hubby, ate healthy and exercised moderately and most of the time kept ED's voice out of my head. It felt sooooooo good. Yesterday I ate a french roll which is a big NO-NO and haven't had bread in almost 2 years but I wanted to challenge my fears. I felt so bad and guilty afterwards I wanted to purge but couldn't because we were driving home. I didn't eat dinner that nite - exercised and had 2 drinks to take its place. I refused breakfast today because of the guilt. ED is telling me that little bit of bread made me sooooooo fat that I need to restrict. How do you overcome your fears if you dont face them head on?????
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