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I went to the Dollar tree and bought tons of those little cheap fun treats kids love. Bubbles, pencils, erasers, rings. It wasn't much more expensive than candy and I kept it out of the house. My daughters treat bag got rationed into small portions and my husband put them somewhere. Candy is my trigger. I eat all candy. Even little kid candy that grownups think is gross. HUGE trigger!!

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I have my husband hide all candy, but I am only 2 weeks out so I can't even think about eating any, I'm scared to think what would happen.

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I just have to say I'm guilty as well.

Jelly Beans (jelly bellies) are my arch nemesis. They take me over and force me to consume them :(

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Thank you all. Good to know I'm not alone. So much fun hearing your stories. Lets stay connected. The "goody season' has begun. Let us control.

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Thank you all. Good to know I'm not alone. So much fun hearing your stories. Lets stay connected. The "goody season' has begun. Let us control.

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I had a mini pack of M&M's from the leftovers but I try not to let the guilt get to me. I know last year I probably had 10 treats while I was passing out candy and more the next day, week and month. We are working on breaking a lifetime of bad eating habits. I have no bad reactions to sugar so I have to tell myself that one small treat is OK, just cannot make it a habit. I know that through the rest of my life, I will have to remind myself that. :0

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Well- did good all day until tonight. Hands in tr candy - Gah!

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Well- did good all day until tonight. Hands in tr candy - Gah!

Ma'am, step...away...from...the...candy. There is nothing to see here. Move along.

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Ma'am' date=' step...away...from...the...candy. There is nothing to see here. Move along.[/quote']

Hahaha! Love it ;)

I did. A bit late and I feel soooooo tired! Weird. Needs to exit my house.

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I was bad too! But trying hard not to feel guilty! I had a mini milkyway yesterday and small packet of Mike N' Ikes. Today, I had a piece of dark chocolate. Yup, done with my candy. Lol. Tomorrow is another day and I can look at the candy and not feel completely compelled it eat it! And trust me, my 2 year old made BANK in the candy department. I'll grab a string cheese and be on my merry way! :)

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