I was a big proponent of junk food, if that's the correct word. I mean I respected people's decision not to eat it. But it always pissed me off when they said it looked or tasted disgusting, and I always do, cuz it's kinda, kinda false, and a little bit, what's the word, just irritating. I've decided to stop eating it, I was really eating a lot of it. It finally entered my mind that it isn't good. And I'm not a picky eater, I can easily, I think adjust my diet. I was just waiting for my life to get perfect, I guess, to start worrying about what I was gonna eat. But now that I've decided to normalize myself, in all ways, I decided this morning, by watching a tv show on the matter, that I was not going to eat it anymore. Gradually I hope to improve my diet. I know I will. I'm committed. I'm surprised at how much food you can buy, the quantity, quality, variety, and all the possibilities of recipes, for less, than I'd usually spend in a month at fast food restaurants. I'm no dietary expert, but everyone has heard of fruits and vegetables, and that's a good way to start. I'm already thinking about buying tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, what else is there to put in salads? With a good south-west sauce? 5 times a week? Carrots in those ranch dipping sauces... I need more ideas... I dunno what to do with fruits, maybe some natural juices? I prefer vegetables. I really hate junk food, I'm done with it. And exercise is good, too. I'm not fat, I'm 205lbs for 6'3''. And I love sports, I love physical workouts. It's just that my ocd has controlled and ruined my life. I've been starting my therapy, too. Doing me lots of good. I can see OCD as the source of all my problems. Now, I'm going into my personal life, and I realize this is soap box. I guess I'm behind. But it isn't late I'm 21.