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    I have been dieting over a month now and still I can’t avoid on eating. I have a big problem over dieting because when I so yummy food I can’t stop myself from eating. This is hard for me since I want to apply for a flight steward someday. I am now a general manager but my dream job is becoming an FA. Hope I can maintain my figure until I have the right experience for becoming an FA.

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    I have been dieting over a month now and still I canít avoid on eating. I have a big problem over dieting because when I so yummy food I canít stop myself from eating. This is hard for me since I want to apply for a flight steward someday. I am now a general manager but my dream job is becoming an FA. Hope I can maintain my figure until I have the right experience for becoming an FA.
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    I have been dieting over a month now and still I canít avoid on eating. I have a big problem over dieting because when I so yummy food I canít stop myself from eating. This is hard for me since I want to apply for a flight steward someday. I am now a general manager but my dream job is becoming an FA. Hope I can maintain my figure until I have the right experience for becoming an FA.
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    hi Eren 24 - have you written a goal around eg ''maintaining your figure''?

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    Hi Eren24!

    Yes, zannierose's suggestion to write up a goal statement for yourself around this issue is extremely useful if you release on the goal statement.

    Also, you can release on what thoughts and feelings come up when you are around yummy food. When we eat when we aren't hungry, even if the food is yummy, we are using the food for things other than hunger. The way to release on food and our behavior around food is to make a deal with yourself that allows you to eat whatever you want as long as you release before you eat.

    Let us now how things unfold,
    Delilah
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    Quote Originally Posted by zannierose View Post
    hi Eren 24 - have you written a goal around eg ''maintaining your figure''?

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    Yup! I have a diet plan and following it. But I think due to stress on work I end up eating a lot when seeing such yummy foods just to comfort myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DelilahCertifiedSMCoach View Post
    Hi Eren24!

    Yes, zannierose's suggestion to write up a goal statement for yourself around this issue is extremely useful if you release on the goal statement.

    Also, you can release on what thoughts and feelings come up when you are around yummy food. When we eat when we aren't hungry, even if the food is yummy, we are using the food for things other than hunger. The way to release on food and our behavior around food is to make a deal with yourself that allows you to eat whatever you want as long as you release before you eat.

    Let us now how things unfold,
    Delilah
    I think you are right Delilah! Maybe with the stress I have experiencing over work make me eat a more even when I’m not hungry. From 198 lbs. to 100 lbs. last 2 years due to exercise and diet but now I think I'm gaining weight.
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