We want to be thin and we want to eat what and when we like. Cognitive dissonance or what? We have two mutually exclusive wants. We must make a choice, and decide to align our will one way or the other.
After we eat our mind says more? We have a opportunity to make a decision, use, do not use, or defer making the decision for a while. Doing nothing is also a solution, but that is just deferring the question and hoping it will go away. If we choose to use, the more grows to a craving to a want, the terrible 2 year old, jumping up and down, screeching "more, more". We still have a choice, use, don't use, or defer. Ultimately, we must take internal control and say NO if we want to recover to health. The other choice is to use, and die. Here is where I have a difficulty with those who do not like the diet, for they have a choice, do it or die. I need to align my will with the proper amount of good food. QED.
But to who's will are we aligning our will to? It is with reason, assuming we want a healthy body and mind, going forward from here. This ends cognitive dissonance on this point: it is a simple decision: use or don't use.
I am Fred and I have a behavioural addiction, and for today, I choose to not use.