Good question... I dunno what is the answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I bump into an decent answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could assist you..
Congrats on being strong enough to say no to em.
It gets easier to say no as you build your strength.
At least I think it is getting easier..
Send me those darn evil things right away. I'll dispose of them for you, don't even tell mom..LOL..
Why did my mother in a law go to your house? ha jk...(I do have a great MIL)..
Good for you...I noted that you had RNY - does that mean that if you had one, that you wouldn't be sick?.
I know that if I had just one, it would be my last as it would just about kill me - I guess that is a good thing 'cause man I liked chocolate before GBS!..
Good for you. If you do find out who this "nice person" is tell them next time flowers work much better...
I'm proud of you Heather. You are stronger than me. Six months ago I would have no problem with turning those away but before the last 2 weeks I would have ate them and loved it. See I am one of the unlucky ones that sugar does not bother me or make me sick at all :( I wish it did. So as a warning to all you young ones who've been scared crazy about eating any sugar (like sweets, candy, cake) - head the warning - don't try it ever. You don't want to find out that you are an unlucky one like me.
Starts like one little bite won't hurt and I can control it. Well that doesn't last long. Don't try it you'll regret it.. Stay strong Heather you're doing great...
Send em over here...lol....
You might not miss them but I shaw do....
Perhaps I can stick a couple up my nostrils and take real deep breaths....... ahhhhh must be heavan...lol..
Good on you for being so strong...well done....
Real proud of you..
...and delivered a box of Godiva chocolates. For my mother. Who is NEVER home. I could smell the chocolates through the box, all the tissue paper, and the pretty gift bag. I had to regard it as pure untamed evil in order to keep from even opening the box to look at them..
That said, I am not gonna even try a nibble. Cause that would just about kill me. And I'm strong... willed... and I don't even like chocolates in the first place... at least not that much...
Damn you, nice person who sent my mother chocolates!! damn you!!!!!..
They were probably ALL cream centers...EWWWWW! Wouldn't of even been worth opening!.
Funny story......one of my best friends....no offense, but a MAN....came to visit me my second night home from the hospital. He hands me a bag and says heres a little something for you. I just laughed and said hopefully it's not a box of chocolates. GUESS WHAT.......yep, box of chocolates. He said it was my Valentine gift. His reply, well the rest of us can eat them! HAHAHAHAHAHA.....thank god I know what a great guy he is, he's just a little slow! We opened the box and passed them around...past me, but I was still hurting anyway.
How funny is that!..
Loved this post girl! Good for you for being strong. It just isn't right that we should have to endure this stuff. Hang in there sweetie!..
So so funny. Have had that same experience on occasion. Amazing how strong a scent trigger can be. I always remind myself it is just the memory of how the Medifast food made me feel rather than the actual Medifast food to manage them, but it isn't always easy...
So how's that battle going now? Stay strong..
The chocolates are still sitting on the table by the door. Haven't touched or even looked at them...