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TootieSuz's picture

I'm going on my honeymoon on Sunday! I got married in October. Of all places, we're going to Italy. For two weeks. Two whole weeks in the land of food. I'm so nervous. I have planned activities with my husband like walking hiking kayaking and things that will (hopefully) help with desires to b/p. I'm so nervous for a trip that should be so exciting! What do I do?

Whether you think you can or you think you can't, you are right. " -Henry Ford

Angel333's picture
Live in the moment. This is

Live in the moment. This is your honeymoon a once in a lifetime experience, a time that will soon just be a memory. Make it a good one. Appreciate your surroundings, good food, history, culture and quality time with your husband.
Don't let your food obsession rule your mind on this very special holiday of your lifetime.
Have fun!

'We are each of us angels with only one wing, so we can only fly by embracing each other'

TootieSuz's picture
I did it! I made it through

I did it! I made it through my honeymoon and it was fabulous! I survived going out to dinner almost every night. I did binge once. There was a day when my husband had sun poisoning and had to stay in the room. He told me to go out one afternoon and I did. But bingeing and purging once in two weeks is great for me. It took a lot of willpower and I felt great. The only thing was when I came home I slipped back into old habits. This past week has been the worst for me. I wish I could go back to the honeymoon.

Whether you think you can or you think you can't, you are right. " -Henry Ford

diane joy
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Dear TootieSuz, it's so nice,

Dear TootieSuz,
it's so nice, that you had a lovely honeymoon and enjoyed this special time of your life.

To come back home after a great holiday is always difficult. Sometimes it's like waking from a beautiful dream to face reality. I'm sorry to hear, that you are struggling now. I am in the same place (although without the honeymoon).

I just wanted to let you know, that you are not alone.


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