Jessie💞Isabella
Oct 7, 2021. A quote from my friend Last night I had a late, heavy dinner after a day worth’s water park playing, and then I could not sleep well and was feeling unwell; because I used to skip dinner or only have a light one. I guess my digestive system didn’t adjust to the big dinner I had last night. Today I stopped myself eating dinner, except for a bit of watermelon and a cucumber. However, during the evening, I was keeping fighting with my desire to eat. When I talked about it with one of my friends, she said, you feel happy only at the the moment you eat but would regret or disgust for the rest of the evening. Conversely, you maybe become unsatisfied or upset briefly when you restrain yourself from eating, but you would feel light and happy for a long time in return. That makes sense. I think we should pursue long-term happiness rather than short-lived pleasure.
Oct 7, 2021 3:52 PM
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I think it depends on the person 🤔 when I go to bed hungry, I don’t sleep well, especially if I’m dehydrated even though I would rather not have to use the restroom in the middle of the night because I drank too much.
October 8, 2021
Oct 7, 2021. A quote from my friend Last night I had a late, heavy dinner after a day's worth of water park play, I couldn't sleep well afterwards and was feeling unwell because I used to skip dinner or only have a light one. I guess my digestive system didn’t adjust to the big dinner I had last night. Today I stopped myself from eating dinner, except for a bit of watermelon and a cucumber. However, during the evening, I had to keep fighting my desire to eat. When I talked about it with one of my friends she said, "You only feel happy at the moment you eat and would regret it or feel disgusted for the rest of the evening. Conversely, you may become unsatisfied or upset briefly when you restrain yourself from eating, but you would feel light and happy for a long time in return". That makes sense. I think we should pursue long-term happiness rather than short-lived pleasure.
October 7, 2021
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