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Life After Emotional & Binge Eating

Deprivation

Dear Circle Members,

As you know by now, deprivation is a major trigger of overeating; it is human nature to want what we can’t have! The notion that deprivation causes anxiety and preoccupation doesn’t apply only to food. Last spring, Ellen (Frankel) wrote about a different kind of deprivation. We hope that by reading this entry, you’ll reflect on whether you continue to consider any foods “bad” or “illegal,” thereby triggering the deprivation response:

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In our book, The Diet Survivor’s Handbook: 60 Lessons in Eating, Acceptance and Self-Care, lesson 6 focuses on the problems caused by deprivation. We state, “The deprivation of dieting actually causes overeating. Making the decision to end this cycle takes

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