One of my issues with food is the fear of not having it. If I'm traveling and the clock says it's noon, whether I'm hungry or not, I feel like I have to have something to eat... I mean it is lunch time, right? It's as if I drive another hour I might pass out or there won't be any food when I get there. Or God forbid my stomach might growl. If I'm at home it's the same thing. The clock rules the "permitted" eating times whether I'm hungry or not. Commercials trigger something that says, maybe you're hungry and should eat something. People bringing food over and the same thing. Leftovers might go to waste so eat them. "Rationalizing" to eat goes on in my head all the time whether I'm hungry or not. Comments? Cures?
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