......for a habit to stick, right? I'm still struggling. Looking back on my posts from December 1 to now, I've overeaten/binged six days out of this month. That is six days too many. I can't seem to get back on track. I don't want this to become a habit. I still can't understand why I behave this way, when afterwards I regret it so much. Yes, there's the emotional factor. There's also the addictive component of sugar and fat. Why can't I be a normal eater? I've asked myself that question so many times over the years.
Today I ate six, yes six, Reese trees. Then about a half of a package of Oreos, then some chips and dip. It scares me that I seem to already be able to eat more junk than I could six binges ago. Why is it that negative habits seem easier to form than positive ones? Why can I so easily rationalize eating junk?
I need to get out of this pity part now, and move on to healthier thoughts, a healthier attitude, and healthier actions.