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« ADHD and Food Part 1 | Main | What kind of exercise? »

May 13, 2011

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Elizabeth

Becca -
This post was just what I needed! I realized that I usually think about this in all or nothing terms: you eat regularly or you scramble to eat something when you notice you need food - nothing in between. Setting up a plan to support regular meals AND setting up a backup plan for the times when the first plan is not going to work out? Brilliant. Seems to remove some shame as well, because if I expect I'll need a backup plan occasionally, my use of the backup plan is success, not a failure to follow through. Now I just need to remember all of this... Thanks!

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