Hi All --
I don't post often, but I lurk around <grin>, keeping up on what y'all are doing, as a way of motivating myself to stay strong with Cambridge because IT REALLY DOES WORK!
It came to me today that maybe you could do what's been working for me this month:
I have told myself, "I don't do that anymore," when I think of wanting something that's not good for me.
This is a change from "I can't have that because I'm doing Cambridge," which inevitably leads to a rebellious, "Oh yes I can!"
But to say "I don't do that anymore," brings "Oh, right. I don't do that anymore," to my mind. It's amazingly stress-relieving, which is so strange to me, because I eat to relieve stress! But thinking "I don't do that anymore," which reminds me that I don't, somehow gives me a feeling of slowly exhaling, and the stress is gone, and so is the desire!
It's truly absolutely amazing to me. Try it and see if it works for you!
This isn't an original idea with me. I read it somewhere online, so I take no credit for it. but if you find it helpful, I'm doubly glad for you.
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