Satisfaction is such an interesting topic - I too have been trying to pay attention to my various cravings and see if they're cyclical, constant, whatever. As Jewel said, it's here that we see how different we are - for example, I need something sweet every day to feel satisfied. But a gal I work with can so easily pass on the sweets that we have in our office EVERY DAY (it's become such a problem lately . . .) and she craves salty stuff like you wouldn't believe! (Whereas I can't remember the last time I ate chips or a salty snack besides crackers)
I sometimes feel sad/resentful that emotionally I LIKE to eat more than many of my friends who don't struggle with their weight. They really don't have a difficult time eating small portions of healthy food - I wonder why it is that psychologically I'm always wanting more. I guess with WW I'm "training" myself to do what is more natural to them.
Some good news: we will be eating fish once or twice a week now! I've just learned that fish fills me up really fast, and is a very good choice for me because while I like it, I don't love it, and so it's super easy to eat the right amount. If I make sure to use a low point baking method and low point sauce, I'm set!
“The moment you wake up each morning, all your wishes and hopes for the day rush at you like wild animals. And the first job each morning consists in shoving it all back; in listening to that other voice, taking that other point of view, letting that other, larger, stronger, quieter life come flowing in.”
- C. S. Lewis