Final Food for Thought: “Will This Bring Me Pleasure or Comfort?”
That’s the question to ask yourself before you give into any so-called comfort food cravings. Comfort implies a long term, sustainable good feeling. If you eat a casserole dish-sized portion of mac and cheese, are you really going to feel comfort in the end? Probably not.
“We often mix up these two words,” says Albers, who compares this confusion to shoes. “A stunning pair of 4-inch heels will give you instant pleasure, but for real comfort, you’ll need to put on your trusty sneakers.” Stick to something that you know will make you feel better the next day (like a long hot bath before bed) rather than wolfing down candy bars.
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