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Q: The clothes I bought when I first started using the approach are now too tight. I can't just keep on buying clothes in larger sizes!

A: It is understandable that you feel upset about having to buy new clothes. We are all programmed to applaud weight loss and bemoan weight gain. You have probably gained some weight as a result of all the "testing" that goes on when you first legalize food. If you keep stocking and don't yell, your weight will stabilize, but it is extremely difficult to remain calm about weight gain in a fat-phobic world.

When you started using the Overcoming Overeating approach, you did something that was very difficult and very unusual; i.e., you promised yourself that you would accept yourself—as is. That promise means accepting yourself larger or smaller—with a wardrobe to prove it.

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