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No Disrespect

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“Don’t dwell on any real or imagined pleasure you once got from certain foods. Change the channel!” (Before You Take That First Compulsive Bite, Remember . . .) Even after years of not eating my trigger foods, I have the habit of not going down supermarket aisles that contain the non-foods I used to worship. If by chance my husband buys some for himself, I don’t allow them in any cupboard that I open ten or twenty times a day. I put those things somewhere away from my sight and tell my husband where they are. At first, he didn’t understand, and

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