I have just started the webmd food planner. I need to lose 100lbs. However, I am currently unemployed I go to school Monday through Friday, I have to drive a half hour there and then back, so to save on gas(provided by mom) I stay on campus from about 9 to 6. My parents do not have a lot of money, so watever they give me is very little and I end up buying a candy bar or cookie or on a good day pizza with that money, I pack a lunch sometimes, when I do its usually a turkey sandwich with maybe an apple, I find myself being hungry, so again, I end up turning to cheap junk usually the dollar menu at some stupid fast food place. Also I do have the common issues with comfort/emotional eating, I have a strained relationship with my dad, whom I live with sometimes this is a factor in my food choices at home. Does anyone have advice for me?View Thread
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