This is my first Christmas as a reformed food addict. It has been really hard and I will admit I have not been entirely successfull and thanks to Christmas treats and bad weather keeping me from outdoor exercise, even with no true binges, a couple of pounds have snuck back on. this morning I am baking cookies to send to long distance friends and am struggling not to eat them. Okay, I had one, but it broke while I was getting it off the tray and I couldn't send a broken cookie could I? And I did scrape the crumbs off the bottom of the cookie sheet and eat them. And those crumbs that fall through the cooling tray. But these cookies are going to normal people. People who can eat one or two and let the rest go for another day without obsessing about them. How do they do that? How do people keep a jar of candy in their homes or on their desk at work? If I had a jar of m&m's on my desk, I would have to refill it everyday or maybe 2 or three times a day. How do you get to normal? I want to be that person. I want to actually enjoy the one cookie without thinking about the ones I am leaving behind. How can I become that person? The one who when cookies are passed around says, "oh, no thank you." I can't do that. What the hell is wrong with me?
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