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17 July 2008


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Lenetta @ Nettacow

I wanted to let you know that I linked to this post on my weekly roundup. I think I found your blog via Elizabeth Foss, and the quote about 3/4 of the world going to bed hungry has stuck with me for quite a while. Thanks - and I look forward to wandering through your archives!


Wow, I just stumbled on this blog post and read all 5 sections. I have been experiencing the exact same issue for many years and am now finally becoming conscious of it and ready to make a change. I have started to go to bed somewhat hungry, and started to stop bringing so much extra food with me to work 'just in case' etc. I always wondered for years why I had extra weight even though I ate fairly healthy, and now can see it so clearly. I know you are not advocating starvation, but just a return to a place where one can appreciate both hunger and fullness, and not control life to avoid the hunger so much. Sometimes the anxiety and hunger are intertwined, where if I am anxious, my sense of hunger increases and vise versa, if I am hungry, I develop anxiety. Through mindfulness, I am able to identify anxiety as anxiety, and know that is not hunger. Anyways, I just wanted to say thank you for this post. It is helpful as I navigate this.


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