One of the most common things I hear from clients in clinic is that they struggle with the big, bad B word: bingeing.
For so many people, it is the dirtiest word imaginable. Binge eating can be a truly scary experience, and for many, it becomes larger than life.
It can happen due to stress, anger and even happiness. And in my opinion, it happens from having a complicated relationship with food – as well as not feeling good enough. You binge on food to fill those feelings of overwhelm.
And then the guilt, the anxiety and the self-loathing begin.
And it happens again out of guilt and anger at yourself.
A horribly vicious cycle.
Through personal experience and from talking to clients, I’ve developed some top strategies to help you recover and get back on track.