But wait, that's not even the best part.
For the last week I've been watching BBC's Supersized vs. Superskinny, along with Britain's Secret Eaters. I can't recall for sure which show it was, but a girl came on and she talked about being afraid to eat her food and not have any left.
That was me. For years. See those pistachios? Was once the case where I would agonize over spending money on them. And if I did spend the money on these unsalted, non-oiled down treats, I would then be afraid to eat them.
I'd nibble a few here and there but to bring them to work for a snack, no way. Too expensive and stressful.
This is where I was in my relationship with money and food. But I'm most happy to report that I can now eat a serving of unsalted non-oiled down pistachios, without fear.
It's a huge relief and big step in moving forward. In fact, my last two days at work, I ate and drank what I needed. Though the first time I started to snack on those pistachios, I had to tell myself, "I will not be afraid to eat this food."
And now, I'm metabolizing machine. In, out, thank you very much, have a nice day. It's feels damn good.
So ... how'd you do this week? Realize anything new about yourself? Overcome a fear? Get your knockers in a new bra?
Please do tell.
|I'm not afraid of you.|