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Mudroom Madness

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Everything in my life was happy and lucky, except my weight. My disease manifested after I got married, when I was an RN working full-time. My husband would be asleep when I came home from work, and in the late, quiet hours, I could eat as many snacks as I wanted. Then I discovered I could put snacks in containers to keep my husband from knowing how much I ate. To add to the insanity, I spent thousands of dollars on various weight-loss programs. I hid opened bags of treats, which I started eating on my way home, in my

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