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10-02-2006, 04:30 PM
Oh man, I feel like a Big Mac...I am coming to you all for support...so bear with me. Today is day #2 completely 100% raw and I am loving it. I am not even having any detox symptoms this time, which is wonderful and amazing. However, I just had another (the last) serious blow up with my mother and our "relationship" if it was ever to be called that is now over. I am relieved in many, many ways, but I will tell you that all I want today for dinner is relax with a Big Mac and some fries and have a really, really hard cry. Talk to me...please. :( :mad:
10-02-2006, 04:34 PM
I say go for the cry, skip the Big Mac and fries! You'll feel better and after a good cry you might even want a nice smoothie to soothe you.
Bummer about your mom. I'm sorry you're going through that. :(
10-02-2006, 04:47 PM
Maybe I will make myself something salty and then something sweet...and pretend I am having fast food...and cry...hard. Thanks for your help. :)
10-02-2006, 04:54 PM
big hug for you hon
try a super sweet green smoothie
I hope you feel better soon :)
10-02-2006, 06:35 PM
Unfortunately, we don't choose the families we are born into.
Fortunately, family is sometimes what you make of it.
To me, this forum seems to consist of one big extended family.
Always know that, no matter how much sadness, frustration, etc. you experience in dealing with your "real family", you are very much loved by everyone here.
Also, feel free to cry to your heart's content. It may offer a much needed emotional release.
With Much Love.
10-02-2006, 07:01 PM
hope things look up.
I can't see a green smoothie doing it personally... I'm thinking dehydrator potato chips with oil and salt, and Alissa's carrot burger or something ;) Then maybe for good measure some Jamoca-Almond-Fudge ice cream, from bananas, raw cacao, chopped almonds, etc....
If you want to be permanently cured from cravings of any commercial ground beef, read the books "Deadly Feasts: Tracking the secrets of a terrifyine new plague" by pulitzer prize winning author Richard Rhodes, and "Dying for a Hamburger." Problem solved.
nice post kindness to all creatures.
maybe also read the post linking desire to overeat even when full to the same things that make addicts want to do coke.
10-02-2006, 08:52 PM
You all really do feel like my family. With all of my heart I thank you for your support.
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