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6 weeks in - bingeing disaster!
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Crumblevision · 26/02/2016 20:35

Had a good start to SW 6 weeks ago, lost 5lbs in the first week. However, I'm struggling now. I seem to be on a path of self sabotage. I have not been on plan at all for about 2 weeks now. I am so cross with myself. I have eaten syns GALORE and I just don't want to stop. In principle, I agree with the plan. I think it's safe, nutrituous and healthy - and ultimately doable. So why the hell am I doing this to myself? I have literally eaten every few hours for days (off plan food). Has anyone else experienced this?

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Pidapie · 26/02/2016 20:54

I do this, and have no idea how to stop :( So I will follow your thread and hope someone more useful comes along!

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Imnotaslimjim · 26/02/2016 20:57

Realising what it is, is the first step to getting back on track

Understanding WHY you do it is the next step

I've recently done a 12 week programme through the NHS on healthy eating and it gave a great insight into why we do it here

Once you understand why you do it, you'll stop stepping off the plan

I'm on attempt 2 this year. I lost a stone, then binged. Now I'm trying again

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Imnotaslimjim · 26/02/2016 20:58

Realising what it is, is the first step to getting back on track

Understanding WHY you do it is the next step

I've recently done a 12 week programme through the NHS on healthy eating and it gave a great insight into why we do it here

Once you understand why you do it, you'll stop stepping off the plan

I'm on attempt 2 this year. I lost a stone, then binged. Now I'm trying again

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Crumblevision · 26/02/2016 21:30

Thanks Imnot, I will have a look at that link.

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Crumblevision · 26/02/2016 21:53

Bumping for the late crowd - any more?

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Katenka · 27/02/2016 19:47

I would suggest writing everything down. Regardless of everything you eat. Work out the Syns.

I would also record how it makes you feel.

This is in the short term.

Long term you need to get to the bottom of why.

I stopped myself binging by really think about wether I wanted something and if it was going to get me closer to my goal.

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