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Does anyone have any tips for dealing with the huge waves of emotion that come with switching from various levels of cooked and high fat raw to low fat? I've had a lot come up when I'm 955 and keep slipping off because of it. I've watched the Rozi youtube clips on emotional eating but I was wondering how you guys have dealt with it in healthy ways.


I'm starting to develop guilt with the eating too when I slip off and eat something that I KNOW is bad for me and I KNOW is going to make me feel bad, but I haven't built the personal power to not eat emotionally. I'm dealing with going from the comfy world of college to current unemployment and an impending big move to China in a bit over a month and I could use some help staying on the 955 wagon.

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not sure i have words of wisdom here, but i'm definitely going through this as well. in the last couple of days soooo much anger has arisen in me, and so i've had some cooked/fat to try and control it (or given into cravings, however you look at it).
i did alot of writing yesterday, and want to put this aspect of my transitioning centre stage. the key i think is to finding ways of expressing those emotions, cooked/fat just stuffs them back down. so yesterday i did lots of writing, am trying to keep a daily blog and be as honest as possible. i've also decided that when i get a craving i'm going to eat a banana, and write about what i'm feeling there and then. i've got paper and pen in my kitchen! i've also posted all that i wrote yesterday on my kitchen cupboards. i have a hunch that the more consicous i can be, the more controllable this will be.
this is sooo hard! not just 40 years of crap eating, but 40 years of crap thinking! but i REALLY WANT TO SORT IT OUT! i'm fed up being an emotional eater, being disconnected and ruled by my emotions.
michele has had some interesting things to say about lfrv and emotions too :-)
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When you slip up, don't beat yourself up over it. That's only going to lead to more self depreciation and possibly more emotional eating. Instead, just acknowledge it for what it was, you ate some junk food. You didn't feel good after and you probably should stay away from it next time. I find, at least for me, being forgiving onto yourself works really well in helping to kick old habits.

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