Oopsy about not reporting in last week (I was distracted and busy), but there is very little change to report.
However, I was chatting with Annie on the weekend about what she has blogged, below. I have always subscribed to this theory: that I have something akin to an 'addiction.' And I believe that my own dysfunctional background, and the way in which food (bad food) was used as a substitute for anything and everything emotional, has everything to do with it. It's my history, as much as I wish it wasn't.
I realize that WW is a 'lifestyle' blah blah blah not a diet blah blah, but that generally all goes out the window when I'm in crisis and need a crutch to just keep the pieces together. One side of my family is plagued with a nasty history of alcoholism, and this all sounds far too familiar to me. Food, just like liquor, cannot be the answer, and I know that in the academic sense. To say that I come by these bad habits honestly is an understatement. I have a lot of unlearning to do, especially during those more vulnerable moments. Like Annie, I too will *always* have to be vigilant.
Loss to date: 20.2
Pounds to go: 61.8