Now I feel so guilty ug!

I had a moment of weakness, and I ordered take away food for my lunch. I am not pleased that I caved and gave in to my cravings!
I wish I hadn’t eaten it now! I feel so guilty!
I suppose all I can do now is move on. Start fresh from now. Try to do the next right thing. Try to focus again!
Has anyone got some words of wisdom for me?
Words of encouragement even?
I could so use them! Why is it always so easy to give in!
I really, really need to work harder on saying no to cravings!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

16 thoughts on “Now I feel so guilty ug!”

  1. I think it’s best to move on now. Everyone has weaknesses and it’s human nature that sometimes we give in to them, though of course we should work on doing it less. I think you’re doing a great job overall, so you shouldn’t be too hard on yourself when something like that happens to you occasionally. I guess in this time it must be even more difficult for people who are losing weight to stay motivated because of a lot of things that this self-isolation thing brings with itself.

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  2. Don’t be too hard on yourself. That can actually backfire. Just have a “I’ll get back on track now” attitude ♥


  3. It’s okay Carol to slip once in a while. We all do it. The best thing to do not is to move on. Be more health conscious from now. 💖😍


  4. I expect your cravings are made more by your anxiety. Just turn your guilt into gratitude that you are healthy and can enjoy the take-out. Tomorrow is another day when you can work on your diet goals. xxx


  5. Isn’t it soo frustrating! and we feel so guilty and angry with our self sabotage. But you know what, we are going through terrible times right now, anxieties are high, fear is high. Food becomes our crutch. but Carol Anne, don’t beat yourself up. that’s just giving yourself extra stress and adding to all this horribleness. You have the knowledge and the skills to win your journey, this just makes that journey a little longer. might be worth getting something in that can be a healthier option but still satisfies? what about some funsize chocs or healthy option crispies?

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    1. Yes, might do that. Well if Ireland goes into lockdown tomorrow I won’t have to worry. I’ll be going to my parents and they eat very healthily so there’s no chance I’ll be getting takeaway food delivered while I am there 😃🎊💕

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