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    Senior Member Anja's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Hmm I see that you are still under impresion of a particular thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Do get me wrong I eat normaly (3 main meals a day) it is just that I don't link that to any joy.
    Same here. Food is fuel. That's it.

    People may see food as an emotion because food is usually the centerpiece of celebrations for the majority.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    To me it looks like that more S and F you have you are more likely to think/feel this way.
    Yes. One thing I've noticed about my mom, the lone sensor in my family, is that she's the only one who wants to talk about what or where we should eat next time right after we've just left the restaurant. Everyone else objects and acts like they're going to vomit, but she still does it. She's not even overweight or anything. I think sensors are more likely to get excited about the prospect of food.
    I don't wanna!

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    I'm afraid of my food. At least since I had a diet-related health scare. After all the ingested goo was removed from my diet and the doctors put their probes here and there and... there... my health returned quickly. Now I have a negative Pavlovian reaction to certain foods. Even seeing them on the shelves, safe in their boxes, makes my innards twinge... whew...
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    correct me if i'm wrong but
    aren't sensors more likely to cope stress by physical means, eg food? i think i read that somewhere. (fat ceo STJ's )
    i enjoy certain food, but its not that gratifying. i feel its more the occassion than the food itself.

    I too don't get when people are obssessed about food in caf.

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