It's the cycle where you indulge but then regret what you've done but you keep going back for more. Your brain tries to justifies the actions you take by saying "Hey, you've already done it so why not just finish the entire thing?"
The phrase was coined by dieting researchers but it can affect one's willpower during setbacks or challenges.
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