|San Clemente, Nov 2016|
What didn't work well for me:
Staying in food addiction takes a lot of effort. Effort to plan, buy, and eat, then feel the dopamine rush, then repent, and the pain. The physical and emotional pain.
What does work now:
Staying out of food addiction takes a lot of effort to plan, buy, eat, then clean up dishes, and get out to get on with our life- happy, sad, dopamine when you exercise or spend time with family friends, pets. Yeah. But the ending is different. There's very little or no physical or mental pain.
Abstaining for the win. Year 6. I wouldn't have it any other way. Pick your hard. Take the time to sober up. Life is pretty sweet abstaining from grains, almost all sugars, and emulsifiers.
My choice. I didn't choose my food addiction, but I can choose food sobriety and life with food addiction in remission.
|LCHF Thanksgiving 2016|
|The only waves this AM are in the ocean and on this funky rug, no binge urge waves|