thank you lostkate; I do not seem to get any feedback from my friend. I think she does not know what to say.She had gastric bypass over a yr. ago and the wt. is starting to come back and maybe she feels she is not a good person to give good advise. I will start trying to find a dietition or therapist in my area that i can talk to. Until i read about others i thought i just had to suck it up and behave myself.Thankful i found this site. Have a great day.View Thread
I am so fat i can't stand myself. i have never been this fat before. A while back i started eating ice cream every day. It was like an obsession. It would be a large bowl. I would have trouble finishing it but did not give up.And when ever i am home alone i think now i can eat whatever i want. I sometimes wish every one would go out for a while so i can eat again. I wake up in the night and if no one else is awake i sometimes eat again. Even at supper i eat huge amts. So much that i will eat some of it before any one sees my plate. I can go all day and not eat until 5 or 6pm. I can share a restaurant meal with a friend and be completely satisfied. All i want to do is eat. Eat now in case i can't eat later. I feel guilty eating sometimes when no one else is eating. What do i do.View Thread
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