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Speaking for myself, I enjoyed limited success with nearly every diet. I say limited, because I lost weight, lots of weight. Unfortunately, I’d start eating again and before too long, was back to where I started with a few extra pounds to boot. Sometimes even more than a few extra pounds. No, make that several …

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I grew up with five brothers and sisters, which meant that often there wasn’t enough time for me. (or at least it felt that way; I’ve come to learn that I’m insatiable where attention is concerned and crave more and more!) There was chaos at times. My escape included a rusty old blue bike, but …

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Can something as inanimate as food interfere with such natural instincts as intuition? Looking back, I think it can. I think of logic and intuition as that little voice inside of me that says, “Gerri, this isn’t a good idea.” It isn’t a loud voice in the first place, but when I disregard it, time …

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Foxhole prayers aren’t so effective. I used to laugh and say that if I asked God for help when I have an ice-cream cone an inch from my mouth, odds are good that I won’t hear Him say that this isn’t a good idea. So, here’s how I do it. When I get up in …

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