Hello. I am a sugarholic.


While I continue to read The Sweet Poison Quit Plan by David Gillespie – I had “that thought”. The “I’m addicted thought”.

The same thought I had before I gave up alcohol and cigarettes… Before I began the looong process of giving up. Oh, the dread I feel now. Because I am good at giving things up. But. But my giving up process involves overindulging till I can’t take it anymore and THEN stopping for good. The overindulging phase is ugly. The chain smoking that I did! Drinking at least half a bottle of wine a night. Every night. When I knew how ill I felt the next day.

Still, I do know. Once I’ve had “that thought” there is no going back. Sigh.


  1. I did the same as you, over two years ago………….now it’s easy not to even think about sugar. Good luck, you won’t regret it.

    • Thank you for the encouraging words. I can’t wait to be 2 years down the track, and sugar free.
      It just seems like a lot of work at this stage.

  2. Hahaha, that’s the same as what I do! I’ve lately been bingeing on entire blocks of Cadbury Turkish Delight. The 220g ones.. eating the whole thing. I think I’m finally so disgusted with myself that the quitting will actually be a sucess. Good luck! 🙂

    • oh good. I’m glad I’m not the only one.
      My downfall are twirl bars – the little snack pack ones.
      I was wondering what non-sugar reward could possibly beat that with a cup of tea at the end of long day?

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