You usually turn to food as a way to help you feel better, especially if you are feeling sad or "moody." Your brain is wired to seek food as a source of comfort, so matter how hard you try to use willpower, you will likely end up eating until you feel better.
You try so hard not to overeat but when you do, you stuff yourself, and then you feel guilt and shame and maybe even eat some more. You continuously promise yourself that you will "be better tomorrow" only to relive the same cycle over again.
You find yourself with your hand in the bag of chips and you aren't sure how you got there. And at the end of the day it's hard to figure out how much you ate because you are snacking on little things all day. You catch yourself eating for no reason, just cause it's there.
You may eat "healthy" but you are constantly thinking about it. Obsessing over how much to eat and when to eat it. You think about every little bite, and maybe even weight your food or count your calories to make sure you stick to the plan.
You might not eat that much, but when you do, it's junk, junk and more junk. You survive on pizza, pasta, burgers, shakes, ice cream, candy and soda. You try to eat healthy by ordering lettuce on your burger or occasionally choosing the side-salad over the fries... but you know that you choose junk over "healthy" food more often.
You have a great relationship with food for the most part, and eat healthy foods. You don't think too much about food, you just eat what your body wants, and you stop when you feel full. You eat thoughtfully and don't rush too much, so you can enjoy your food. You appreciate a wide-variety of vegetables and eat them often. You might still have your "moments" where your choices are not perfect, but overall you are a healthy eater!
This is something to be proud of! Make sure to share your results with your friends! It doesn't hurt to brag a little!