Binge control....(just joking!)

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batgirl1
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Binge control....(just joking!)

Even though I ate a great breakfast, it's been on my mind to visit the snack machine. I decided to try drinking a diet coke to distract myself. As I was getting it out of the fridge, I dropped the can on my big toe. When I reacted, I pulled a muscle in my back. Needless to say, I'm not thinking about food right now!!!! Binge diverted....although I wouldn't recommend doing it that way!

Lotah
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I'm so sorry that you ended

I'm so sorry that you ended up hurting your toe and your back in your quest to distract yourself from a binge, but I am afraid to say that your anecdote did make me laugh! And right now, I could do with a bit of laughter. So thank you!
Hope you recover from your injuries really quickly and that the binge urges stay away. xxx

batgirl1
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I could post a picture of my

I could post a picture of my purple toe and it could "help" others lose their appetites for a binge. Maybe I'll put a picture on the door of the pantry, although it would be hard to explain when guests come to visit! You just have to have humor. I'm glad to be in a place where I can feel humorous instead of the horrible deep depressions of the early ED years!

may june
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i am so sorry to hear about

i am so sorry to hear about your little accident. i hope you are feeling much better now. yesterday after after having my SE dinner, i felt like having some more food as well. i somehow pulled myself out from my dining chair and made myself a cup of hot peppermint tea. i am glad that it helped.

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may june

“there are two ways to live: you can live as if nothing is a miracle; you can live as if everything is a miracle.” ~ albert einstein

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