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anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?3 weeks

For me, once my stomach was stretched out by force-feedings and stuffings, it became inevitable. Eventually it took so much food to fill me up, I almost never felt "full."

So, yeah, it gets hard to turn it off and stop!

anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?3 weeks

winkwink:When deciding that you've gained enough, has anyone had trouble stopping? Or will my body eventually get used to the amount I'm eating and just stop gaining?

After gaining ~80 lbs (I'm short) I hit a plateau. This has prevented me from *gaining* more, but it certainly hasn't prevented me from *eating* about 3+ times more than I did when I was thin. From months and years of near-daily stuffing with fattening foods, my appetite has a mind of its own.

Just yesterday, I was all set to eat a healthy meal and go to sleep. Well, after the healthy meal--I got HUNGRY! I had the most intense craving for pizza... I wasn't just hungry, I was *STARVING*!! This makes sense since pizza has been like 35% of my overall diet for a long time. Fortunately I was able to get pizza delivery, but I felt like a starving animal!

The fatter you get, the hungrier you tend to become. Whether or not the increased hunger results in more weight gain depends largely upon individual circumstances and characteristics.

anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?3 weeks

This is an interesting issue. As my feedee approached my goal for him, I also have to consider how to keep his weight somewhere similar, as his appetite has massively increased from months of constant stuffing, encouragement, etc.

He seems to be settling into his fat, and sometimes his appetite is out of control. On a road trip I could hear his tummy growl, even though he had a large lunch only a short time after.
Thanks for raising this question.

anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?3 weeks

As I was gaining I ate a lot and pretty much all day some days.
I got used to eating that way and would over shoot my goal weight by 20 lbs or so.
I binge ate quite a bit on the weekends and after a few years of over eating I had gained way more than I ever expected to.
I developed a compulsive overeating habit/disorder and it has caused me to continue to gain.
I can control it most of the time but I still snack some if I am around food so I try to keep snacks away during the day.
I still eat way too much come meal time LOLOL

anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?3 weeks

Ditzy:
As I was gaining I ate a lot and pretty much all day some days.
I got used to eating that way and would over shoot my goal weight by 20 lbs or so.
I binge ate quite a bit on the weekends and after a few years of over eating I had gained way more than I ever expected to.
I developed a compulsive overeating habit/disorder and it has caused me to continue to gain.
I can control it most of the time but I still snack some if I am around food so I try to keep snacks away during the day.
I still eat way too much come meal time LOLOL


It most definitely worked for you over the years! [You food intake regiment]

anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?2 weeks

I've always had a big appetite, even back when I was athletic and trim. As I started stuffing and gaining it grew bigger and bigger without me actually noticing. Now I've reached a point that when I eat what I ate years ago to stuff, I'm not even pleasantly full.

My appetite is raging all day every day lately, it takes soooo much food to get it satisfied. A 10,000+ calorie day is no longer an exception. And if I at least don't snack big time at night I can't sleep because I feel so hungry. So I guess I've reached a point of no return.

New fat is growing faster and faster on my body, every weigh in results in a new all time high. And I love it so much that I think I can not and will not stop any time soon. Although it frightens me sometimes I guess the only way is up, for my appetite is simply way bigger than my will power to slow down or even stop.

I even dream of becoming a full-time feedee at times, knowing I'd easily double my weight again in a few years if that would ever happen. Maybe good that there's work, bills and other obligations in life preventing me to live like that...

anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?2 weeks

I freely admit that I think about dropping the weight. Mostly because I'm tired of hearing my pain specialist (lumbar fusion almost 2 years ago, still hurtin' ) point to my belly and say "that's not helping". Grrrr....

But I love seeing myself outgrow my clothes, seeing that short fat man in the mirror, and walk around proudly rocking my growing belly. I finally started getting a little bit of a jiggle. smiley

Oddly, my regular doctor doesn't say anything about my weight; my blood work, blood pressure and everything are perfect. If they weren't that would be the only real reason I'd lose the weight.

I don't think I'd know how to diet anymore, anyway. I think I've reached the point of no return psychologically and physically. I just wish I was gaining faster.

anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?2 weeks

I've found that for stretches of time, I couldn't stop gaining and pigging out if I wanted to. It's like the desire gets so strong that even if my logical mind is saying "slow down and take a break," I can't last for more than a couple hours before I'm back at it.

I'm in this kind of mindset now - in the past month I've been eating very well and going heavy on the cream, and I've gained 30 pounds. I keep telling myself "this is it, time to stop," but I just keep going. While on the one hand I know I should stop now while I still have some clothes that fit, it's hot to think where things could go. The sexual element of this fetish makes it so hard to be reasonable.
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