Archive for November, 2009

The Witching Hour

Yazan: love2eatinpa | 11 November 2009 | No Comments
Categories: Day to Day Stuff

I remember when my kids were young and there was a time in the late afternoon – early evening that the pediatrician used to call the “witching hour” where babies often cry for no particular reason and parents want to pull their own hair out because they can’t get their baby to stop crying. Well, […]

Getting Honest about my Food Addiction

Yazan: love2eatinpa | 08 November 2009 | 1 Comment
Categories: Honesty

Here is a letter that I submitted, and was subsequently printed, in OA’s “Lifeline Magazine” in April of 2008.: One principle that has made a difference in my life is honesty. Ever since I can remember, I have always loved sweets and sugars. I could never get enough of them. My mom used to hide […]

Why Can't I Just Slow Down?

Yazan: love2eatinpa | 05 November 2009 | 2 Comments
Categories: Day to Day Stuff

As a compulsive overeater, even while abstinent, I have a terrible habit of always eating like it’s the last food I’m ever going to be able to eat, and if I can eat it fastest I will win some spectacular prize.  I know I’m supposed to slow down and savor whatever it is I’m eating, (and I do enjoy all the abstinent foods I eat all day) but […]

Eating Popcorn at a Comedy Club Follow-Up

Yazan: love2eatinpa | 03 November 2009 | No Comments
Categories: Eating Out

So to follow-up on my blog from a couple of weeks ago about my concern over how I was going to deal with eating the popcorn at the comedy club, here is what happened…  I brought along my little plastic cup and was armed with the knowledge of the amount of calories per plastic cup.  I knew […]

I Survived Halloween Night

Yazan: love2eatinpa | 01 November 2009 | 1 Comment
Categories: Here comes Halloween

So I went into Halloween with a plan – light dinner and then I would be able to eat four pieces of my favorite candy.  Not the most well balanced nutritional meals, but hey, every once in a while you have to shake things up a bit, right?  So as we were out walking the […]

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