I've heard it said many times before, but I am saying it again.... there truly is a learning curve with this surgery.
I'm still suffering from the occasional "my-eyes-are-bigger-than-my-stomach" problem. Like tonight for example, I grilled hamburgers for the family while I prepared baked tilaipia with dill for myself. I was starving by the time I started to cook dinner (forgot to take my pre-dinner snack to work with me) and one little 4 oz. tiliapia fillet looked so tiny. So I made two. And ate them both.
*cue intense hiccups and "that feeling" of impeding PB*
I didn't throw up (yay!) but I felt grossly full for at least an hour after dinner. I am still learning to STOP when I feel full rather than forge ahead. My brain tells me "Surely you can't be satisfied with that little food. Eat just a few bites more.".
I need to stop listening to my head and start listening to my stomach. Because either way, my stomach is going to let its presence be known. And I really don't want to get on it's bad side.