Today I'm taking responsibility for myself.
Yesterday, I ate "too much" from the heart-shaped box of candy
that I received from my husband for Valentine's Day.
He wasn't sabotaging my maintenance efforts.
This was a gift that I wanted,
and one that he knew I wanted.
Each chocolate that I ate was my own choice,
and my personal responsibility.
I knew that one chocolate was between 80 and 100 calories.
I knew that keeping the box in plain sight on the kitchen table
would make me return to it again and again.
Despite this knowledge I made this personal choice for myself.
During the day, each time I ate from the box,
I went over to my computer
and entered the food into my DietPower food log.
I was aware of what I was doing
for all of the time that I did it.
I made the choice.
It was my own activity.
I, alone, am responsible.
Now, I must cut back on my food calorie intake for the rest of the week.
I engaged in weight-gaining behavior,
now I must engage in weight-loss behavior.
Bummer .... but so it goes here in Maintenance.
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