One of the first components of identifying Food Addiction is resistance to change.
You may be comfortable doing everything you’re doing, and feel that if you changed you would be uncomfortable. This is not the truth.
And so you hesitate to keep a food log, to slow down your eating a bit, to plan ahead a little differently. This is resistance to change.
Facing these things head on will help you realize how entrenched the old habits are. Each time you repeat the old rituals, you reinforce the old way and keep it chronic.
Each time you do it the new way you’re creating new habits that will eventually become comfortable, and become your default setting.
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