Let me ask you something?
Would you steal to feed your addiction?
Like you, I never knew when the overwhelming cravings would start. I tried to distract myself, but I couldn?t.
I could be anywhere, at any moment, doing anything ? and then WHAM! The urge would hit me. Getting a fix was the only thing I could think about.
If that helplessness sounds familiar, don?t worry. It?s not your fault, and I?m going to show you EXACTLY how to kill this shameful craving for good.
But back when I struggled with sugar addiction, It wouldn?t matter if I was happy, sad, stressed, tired, or even just feeling ?normal??the binges would strike at any moment.
1 whoatemycheezits1And worse, they often seemed to hit me just when I was oh-so-close to reaching my weight loss goal.
Then the inner demons would take over? the food cravings would dominate my every thought.
?Where can I get something sweet and chewy??
?Are there donuts hidden in the cupboard??
?Did my roommate?s Mom send her some cookies that I can steal??
Frantically, I would rifle through my college roommate?s cupboards as if I had a search warrant?
?I?ll just ?borrow? a slice of Maria?s bread,? I?d say. ?I?ll have a spoonful of Louise?s peanut butter.? I?d even think, ?Colin won?t miss just ONE Rice Krispie treat.? These destructive thoughts would take my brain prisoner.
Sometimes, it would just start as innocently as eating a ripe banana. But seconds later, after taking the first bite, this demonic presence would take control of me, and I would enter an unstoppable feeding frenzy.
One Binge Can Quickly Lead to A Lifelong Addiction
I would inhale the banana, and move on to cereal. Handful by handful I?d feed my addiction. But it wasn?t enough. I knew there was chocolate. There had to be chocolate. I?d turn the house upside down looking for just a square of chocolate. Thirty minutes, even sixty minutes would pass.
Full to the point of feeling sick, I?d finally come to, ashamed of what I had done. But there was no going back. It was over, and I?d quickly destroy any shred of evidence. Even the CSI team wouldn?t be able to know what I had done.
But I knew. It caused me decades of embarrassment and social isolation.
I can only hope you?ve never experienced anything like this?but if you have?you can relate. You know the powerlessness of the being in ?binge mode.? You know the post-binge shame. You know the highs and utter despair found in the lows of sugar addiction.
How can I describe the devastating power of that first bite to someone that has never experienced it?
To be blunt, and please, pardon the drama, but it was like heaven and hell at the same time.
One small bite of a glazed donut, and my taste buds would demand more as my heart would be sinking at the same time. And every single time, I would tell myself, ?Oh no Catherine, you?re doing it again. Stop, just please stop,? my rational mind would cry out.
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