I have realized that most of the time I feel bad about what I ate or most of the time that I overeat, I am alone. Rarely do I feel bad about eating something when I am with other people and rarely do I overeat when I am with other people. This has led me to believe that I should not eat alone - especially dinner and dessert.
I sometimes like just making dinner at home, though, and eating alone, but often times I overeat or eat a bunch of random things and then feel terrible. Like tonight, for example. A friend invited me over for dinner and I decided I'd rather relax at home and just make something healthy here. Like I said in my other post, I ate chocolate chips, chocolate rice cakes with peanut butter, and nonfat ice cream as my main meal.
1) that is not a healthy/nutritious meal
2) I felt gross after eating that for dinner
3) I wouldn't have done that if I were with other people or if I went to my friends house for dinner!
How do I fix this problem?
I am having the hardest time drawing the line between "healthy" and "too much." It is healthy to indulge, but how much, how often, and what kinds of things. Was I unhealthy by eating peanut butter and chocolate for dinner or is it ok if that's what my body was craving!?
I am so confused. Sorry for my masses of posts...............
I hate feeling so anxious over every little slip up I have. But I feel like I have these slip ups so often......