The challenge is that the people I can help the most often don't believe it is possible for them. Here are just a few of the reasons they have doubts that hold them back from freedom from food struggles.
What is the difference between emotional eating and binge eating? There's a lot of overlap and confusion so these definitions and insights help clear it up.
There are subtle but meaningful differences between being in charge instead of trying to stay in control. Instead of requiring willpower, being in charge uses conscious decision-making.
We are all imperfect, we are all in process, we are all in different places on this journey, and we are all welcome to come as we are on this journey to heal our relationship with food and our bodies!
In this video, Dr. Michelle May addresses the question, “What if you binge because you live alone and lack a feeling of love and belonging?” As difficult as it may be to fathom, the first step to breaking this cycle is self-compassion.
Binge Eating Disorder (BED) is the most common eating disorder and has a destructive effect on the lives of people who struggle. You can help!