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Thanksgiving is around the corner

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

My husband wants the traditional Thanksgiving dinner; I don't. I have worked hard to lose this weight and I don't want to slip up. I will have to plan my meal different from his. Anyone else face with this problem?
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  • RO2BENT
    Every Thanksgiving and Christmas and family together. I skimp on the other meals and only eat small portions.
    63 days ago
  • 1CRAZYDOG
    Planning is how I handle it, too. I allow myself a taste of my favorite foods, concentrate on the turkey and veggies, skip dessert (I really don't have a sweet tooth, so I feel fortunate with that). Plenty of water too.

    It all helps. Good luck to you.
    63 days ago
  • AIYANASMAMA
    Hope you figure something out. I allow myself a meal
    63 days ago
  • JOYNEW
    When I was way more OCD than I am now, I attended big holiday meals and did a great job of limiting myself to little dabs of favorite dishes and healthier dishes. Avoid the super bad stuff or have just the tiniest taste. It is possible! emoticon
    63 days ago
  • IAMTHEELLIE
    I love holiday meals! I tend to plan around them with exercise/smaller other meals so I can participate guilt-free. You could use a small plate if portion control is an issue, but just one big meal shouldn't set you back by much if you're mindful!
    63 days ago
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