I am will be nine months out on March 4th, I have lost about 150 pounds so far but have been losing really slow for the last couple of months. I am beyone thankful for the loss this far but am having problems at work. I work third shift and find myself getting uncontrolable cravings at work. I know it is boredom but have a hard time telling myself no. I also noticed that on the days that I do not work at night I do not eat or snack nearly as much. I have been doing everything that I can to find a job that is during the day but in the current job market that is easier said than done and am grateful to pay my bills each month. I fear that as long as I am working the hours that I am I will never be able to fully succeed at my weight loss. I love my job and love the ladies I work with, I work n a half way house and do not want to leave my ladies. I have talked to my boss about getting off of this shift but there is just nothing opening up right now (I have been waiting 2 years). What can I do to stop these cravings? It is easy when I am at home because I don't keep anything in the house that I shouldn't be eating. When I come to work I bring healthy stuff with me like fruit and yogurt but the "other" stuff that is available at my finger tips seems to be winning over the healthy stuff lately. HELP
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