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    A typically silly Internet topic.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    A typically silly Internet topic.

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    Only chicks emotionally eat...............fat ones
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    What about emotional men, do they eat fat chicks ??


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    Only emotionally disturbed men do
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    ^ lol


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    And @White_Lie ;
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoochies View Post
    If I'm going to come clean, this is a major issue for me and no doubt it's 99.99% of the reason I fail reaching my goals.
    If I'm training and have a plan, my diet is is great, I plan my meals, I stick to the plan and results slowly follow.
    Recently I did an injury whilst lifting, I convinced myself I needed the rest anyway so relaxed a little on the food for a week. Decided to lift again, injury was still aggravated so I continued on my relaxed diet, then this leas into a weeks holidays I had planned so convinced myself I'd start again after the holiday but this was just before easter and so the chocolate eggs came out and a week after easter I had a camping trip book so put the diet on the back burner til I got back and when I did get back was only 2 more days til the next long weekend and here I am.
    1 month of eating crap and no workouts and it's no surprise I feel like crap.
    So for me I have a major issue, I'm either all in or all out. As long as I remember food has been a treat or something to enjoy but I gotta break this habit.
    So I need to learn some hard truths and get to the root cause and I'm being vulnerable here by admitting my weakness and lack of discipline.

    I was reading an old PTC transformation blog where Markos writes about emotional eating and his cure so to speak was for 2 weeks, 185g of Tuna and vegetables 5 times per day. Extreme yes, but is it worth a shot for someone weak willed like me?

    Who or has anyone overcome emotional eating?

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    You sound very similar to me in the past mate, I've definitely been a sufferer of "all in or all out" syndrome. As you have listed this normal involves both dedication to diet and exercise whereby through either burning out or a growing sensation of disdain/apathy towards fitness/lifting/diet/healthy living I stop exercising and eating well, in fact the current "streak" I'm on is the longest amount of time in my life where I have been consistently exercising, in all honesty most of my foray's into lifting only last 6 months before my interest wanes (you only need to do a brief bit of digging into my lifting log to see that).

    Some of this waning intensity has been out of my control due to having a fairly nomadic period in the last 10 years due to various academic and professional pursuits it hasn't lent itself to getting into a really solid long term routine. It's also been due to an inability to to train due to either time or money constraints. I would also say that quite often my apathy towards exercise has been a symptom of my own mental demons, and certainly this is the case with emotional eating.

    I went through a stage where I was so deeply unhappy with my place in the world that what I put in my mouth seemed to be the only thing I could actually control, at times this lead to a brutal adherence to diet and exercise but would also result in complete and utter relapse into laziness and unhealthy eating.

    Now that I'm in a very stable mental, financial and professional position I've been able to approach my diet and exercise in an entirely healthy manner and I've been exercising consistently for the past 9 months.

    I'm not saying any of my journey is relevant to your position but just sharing my experiences.
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