You want to think that Mother’s Day is not the Last Supper. . whether Mother’s or Father’s or Groundhog Day . . it’s just another meal. . truly the moment to fill up on the three generations in the same room. . the good times . . the happy times . . the celebration which just happens to be a day where you are eating breakfast, lunch and dinner together. Don’t skip a meal. . Starving all day as an excuse to overeat at dinner won’t work . . doesn’t work. . Try to make a plan of what you are going to choose . . this should contain the content, is it a protein meal or a non-protein meal? You want to know the number of items. Is it a two-item or a three-item meal? And lastly, what are those items to be? Are you having bread OR beverage OR dessert OR alcohol? Why not try one of four, or none? (Note: Alcohol causes lack of resolve . . if drinking, have one drink WITH FOOD and have three sips of water for one sip of alcohol interspersed with bites of food). If you know what you’re going to eat food-wise, number of item-wise, and other-wise before entering the food pit, then when you see something that wasn’t on your plan, you can use a universal hand signal (arm out with fingers up) and say: No thanks. I’m fine to yourself (and others) and you can say to only to yourself: Because I want to weigh _____ pounds. . Yogi Berra said: “If you don’t know where you’re going, you could end up someplace else”. You need a plan. . It’s a Meal, not a marathon. If you make every food fest an exception to the rule, you’ll have all kinds of exceptions and no rule. . Short of someone wrestling you to the ground and pouring hot fudge in your mouth, you have an opportunity to be in control of your life and your weight. . Let me hear an I CAN DO IT!! Because I know you can. .
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