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I know what you're describing happens to me when I'm over-anxious or over-excited about something. It kind of happens when I'm so preoccupied with some issue that food just isn't even on the radar. I'm physically hungry, but nothing sounds good, or I'll make something and take two bites and have to put it away already because the bites stick in my throat. For example, it happens when I am in a strong conflict situation, or when I have a critical project going on that needs my attention and I'm trying to make it perfect. It even happened for the whole week before my wedding. For me, it seems to go away immediately as soon as the excitement or nervousness passes. As soon as my wedding day was over, I was able to eat. In fact, I ate my entire "rehearsal dinner" dinner (that I couldn't eat at all on Friday) at 1:30 a.m. Sunday morning when we got home from the reception hall!

What do you have anxiety or excitement about lately?
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