Is it the worst for those of us with this problem? Trying to get myself back under control after the excesses of Christmas and New Year is proving very difficult. I know I can do it because I was nearly four weeks binge free in the run up to Christmas. I knew I was going to let myself eat whatever I wanted over the holidays, and was planning it so I was super good in the weeks before. I managed this because I was looking forward to my binges over Christmas so now with infinity stretching out infront of me I'm struggling. Tonight after work I went to the supermarket to get a 2009 calender and found myself on the ice cream aisle. I bought a pot of Ben and Jerry's as it was half price (not half calories!) even though I was binge free yesterday and wasn't even craving the damn stuff. It's simply this addictive pattern of behaviour I need to beat. I was terrible all last year and nothing stopped me, not my summer hoilday or a concert later in the year.
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