In her books, Beck talks about how every action is preceded by a thought. Sometimes that thought process happens so quickly that we're not even aware of it, but it happen nonetheless. So if we can identify that thought and make corrections where necessary, we can change (in this case) our eating habits and choices.
I consider this stuff solid gold. When I actively work on it, I get good results. The key is actively working on it.
So I went downstairs and picked up one of her books. I selected the second one since I know the first one too well. I thought I needed something newer even though I think they are very similar. It's sitting on my desk. I had every intention of opening it before I wrote this post.