Sabotaging Thought: I might as well just eat this food I’m craving because I’m going to give in eventually anyway.

Response: That’s not true! That’s my old way of thinking. Now I know that cravings always pass, and that if I get distracted, they go away more quickly. I have proven to myself that I can withstand cravings, so it’s no longer a foregone conclusion that I’ll give in. I need to think about all the other cravings I’ve overcome and how good that felt. I can do it now, too!