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    It was my mums bday last weekend but we didn't celebrate until today, and my sister brought bday cake and it was white chocolate mud cake covered with white choc chips (technically white chocolate isn't even chocolate so I'm ok there) but then it had milk chocolate bark on top, which I did eat!!! Day 2 and I've already fallen off the wagon lol

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    In going to join. I'm so addicted to choc it's gross. I always feel so crap after I have binged and have headaches etc so I need this support!

    What are some ideas for when you crave?
    Btw I have had 6 fun size chocs today so I will start tomorrow!,

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    I've never understood the point of fun sized. I mean no-one could eat only one, so it just makes it more annoying to keep unwrapping.

    As for ideas, I have no idea, I realised that I am really struggling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Nette View Post
    As for ideas, I have no idea, I realised that I am really struggling.
    It's pretty simple. Just don't buy chocolate or keep chocolate in the house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannawannabe View Post
    It's pretty simple. Just don't buy chocolate or keep chocolate in the house.
    Not buying it is simple but we have a chocolate box at work. I can't just put that away because it's not just for me to purchase..

    I wish I could!,

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    Quote Originally Posted by pisang View Post
    Not buying it is simple but we have a chocolate box at work. I can't just put that away because it's not just for me to purchase..

    I wish I could!,
    Then don't go to the chocolate box? Have a drink of water/cup of tea/cracker/carrot stick when you feel like chocolate. Chances its just boredom and the fact that the chocolate is there that makes you want it.

    Or get your co-workers on board to not let you go to the chocolate box.

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    It's a bit hard not to when im stuck in a tiny office with the box 2m from me .
    Just looking for something when o crave that to do..
    Just googled and it said brush ur teeth as soon as you get a craving. Will try that

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannawannabe View Post
    It's pretty simple. Just don't buy chocolate or keep chocolate in the house.
    Thanks for your condescending attitude. It is really helpful and appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Nette View Post
    Thanks for your condescending attitude. It is really helpful and appreciated.
    What the hell is your problem?

    You said you're struggling, so perhaps try cold turkey where there simply isn't the option to eat the damn stuff!

    I struggle with potato crisps, so I don't keep it in the house so I can't be tempted.

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    Lol if it were that easy it wouldn't be a challenge right? Part of the challenge is to have self control over not buying it to begin with....a lot of us struggle with that. I'm sure almost every person out there has a weakness that they want to control. For this thread It's buying and eating chocolate.

    As for me I suck I went shopping today and bought a block of top deck because I have had a shocking day...fail. Yes I shouldn't have bought it....yes I can try not to eat it but I'm only human and I can only try so hard not to eat it. Certainly not simple!


 

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