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  • I had a light-bulb moment – the more I jump on the scales, the less it works. Now I’m getting lighter. More importantly still, knowing I can trust my body...
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I opened a box of chocolates after dinner…

… and had 4, then realised I wasn’t even hungry, I was just eating them because they were there, and because I felt as though I deserved a treat after a hard day at work.  I would normally have had a few more at that point, as I would feel like I might as well carry on, but I decided just to stop :)

Enough is enough!

I’m ready to value myself enough to trust myself.

I’m not seeking a quick fix. AT LAST! I have years of dieting behind me.

I eat a lot on “maybe”

Convincing myself that a bit peckish is classed as hungry. (Then feeling guilty and disappointed in myself after). What I find helpful, if I remember or choose to go with it, is ‘if you’re not sure whether you’re hungry or not, then you’re not’

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