I am sure that this is sort of weird but I can't think of better people to ask then other vegans.
I have been vegan for about three years, I am sixteen. I was Vegetarian since I was eleven. When I started out, I was passionate and dedicated about this diet. I had no problem rejecting non-vegan food, loved making my own. I was vegan Loud and Proud. I wanted to have a vegan bakery, and raise a little home of vegan kidlets and marry a vegan dude while protesting animal rights.
Lately, I have been loosing some of that umph and finding things tempting I know aren't vegan. When people ask me to defend my views, instead of that constant state of being ready to debate, I am kind of like "I really don't feel like talking about it". My kitchen is being redone so I kinda eat all the crappy vegan foods for the past two months like Boca Burgers and Peanut butter sandwiches instead of cooking yummie healthy stuff, so maybe thats it. My brother also stopped being vegetarian last month, so I am a little put off by the fact I lost my best veg buddy.
However, I still DO feel strongly about the animal rights, and the reasons for being vegan. I am just wondering if anyone else has been through a phase where they considered giving up veganism? Or does anyone have any ideas on how to get back into the pride and love I once had for this diet? Or is it just time to give it up?
Thanks for the advice! :]