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Compulsive Overeaters Support Group

Postby wayout » 07 Jun 2004, 11:17

CAN'T STOP EATING?
If diets don't work for you; if you eat when you don't want to; if you eat to deal with stress or emotions; if you can't stop eating sugar no matter how hard you try, perhaps we can help.

GreySheeters Anonymous (www.greysheet.org) is a group of people who have solved their eating problems. This is NOT ANOTHER DIET! It's a program of abstinence from compulsive eating and a community of abstinent people with whom you can share experience and get support.
If you want some information and are sick and tired of being sick and tired, respond to this email. It is the last house on the block.
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Postby Spack » 07 Jun 2004, 11:31

Why not simply put the information right here?
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Postby wayout » 07 Jun 2004, 11:45

Thank you for your response Spack.
A meeting time and location will be determined based upon reponses from genuinely interested people that are looking for help.
Take care,
Wayout
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Postby wayout » 23 Jun 2004, 16:16

If anyone is interested in getting help for their problems with food, contact me. I've been there and I know what it is like. My number can be found on the Greysheet website greysheet.org under contact in Taiwan. This program saved my life. It is a 12 step program that works and isn't for those looking for an easy solution. You can also email me at wayoutsolution@yahoo.com
J.C.
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Postby MaPoSquid » 23 Jun 2004, 17:04

Personally, I have found that the best way to stop eating in Taiwan is not to know how to order off a Chinese menu. I had to walk about an hour today before I found a place to have lunch. . . .
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Postby Spack » 23 Jun 2004, 19:50

MaPoSquid, I concur.
One of my favourite just-arrived-in-Taiwan story is when I was ordering some food from a hole-in-the-wall restaurant. I just pointed at something on the menu hoping for something delicious and was given a large cup of carrot juice! Healthy but not very filling. :lol:

I wonder how people stay thin in Taiwan with all the fried food, oil and grease that they eat.
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