Thursday, November 29, 2007
My favorite diet book (I own many), "When You Eat at the Refrigerator, Pull up a Chair," states that when you continually promise yourself that you will lose weight/eat right/exercise, and continually break that promise to yourself, you are breaking your trust in yourself. Which is why, today, I am feeling extremely disappointed with myself. The book says you should treat yourself with kindness and curiosity. I have trouble with the kindness part, but I am extremely curious as to why -- despite the fact that I am aware that if I continue to eat the way I do and not exercise that I will continue to gain weight and will have to buy even fatter fat pants -- I continue to do what I do.