Hey BelljourneeI dont know if you're still having the problem. A strategy I found helpful was - to look at when I was eating, try to figure out why and then work out how I could realistically deal with it, eg. in my case it was often stress and procrastination. Once I realsied this I made a point of noting when I was stressed and wanted to eat and to talk myself through it, eg I would give myself a little treat after I completed something that was stressful. I also identified that I had food too accessible, eg charity boxes of lollies and chips near my desk at work which encouraged me to snack and goodies all over my house. I now limit what is handy and try to find some snacks that aren't too unhealthy so I can have something if I'm peckish without blowing my diet. I generally don't have much that is delicious around as I realised that was just too tempting. I even have some boring buiscuits at home specifically so I can have something with a coffee but they're not that nice as to encourage me to eat them all. Over a period of time having recognised my weaknesses I have learnt to deal with them and now I can have a chocolate at home without eating it all but it did take time to get to this stage and sometimes i do still binge a little. I found this strategy has been my most important aspect way of losing weight.
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