DJzmAgUy426 answered Wednesday November 5 2008, 2:26 am: Oh, that's the WORST. You can always focus on the negative side effects of over eating, like the gradual fattening, health factors, guilt, which will make it seem somewhat more unappealing, or you can distract yourself with something else. Keep in mind that you shouldn't have to completely ignore food either. If it's weight-gain you're worried about, eat tons, but eat healthy. Whatever makes you happy. [ DJzmAgUy426's advice column | Ask DJzmAgUy426 A Question ]
Disconnected answered Wednesday November 5 2008, 2:10 am: Do something that will distract the craving.
Read a book, put a puzzle together, play video games, tidy your room.
Usually when I get cravings, I play video games for a while and then after I don't really have the craving anymore. [ Disconnected's advice column | Ask Disconnected A Question ]
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