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To Stop Binge Eating; Here’s What I Did Today

I woke up very early this morning and immediately knew today I was at risk for binge eating. I was feeling that antsy, anxious, “it’s just a matter of time before I give in and eat” feeling. It’s a feeling we emotional eaters feel everywhere in our body. It’s a palpable state of risk that every binge eater knows well!

The food thoughts had started…

I asked myself my usual questions,

“What am I asking the food thoughts and the food to do for me?”

“Why am I feeling at risk right now ?”

The answers to those questions are not always obvious but today I knew.

Today is the

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Comments

  1. Ellen, thank you for sharing your story and your Maggie! It brought tears to my eyes – thinking of you – thinking of Maggie….thinking of how you so freely share all that you have learned. It was a reminder to me to “feel” my emotions.

  2. kgringa says:

    Thanks for sharing your story about Maggie, Ellen. I’m very sorry for the loss of your dear friend. She was beautiful!

  3. Ellen Shuman, Emotional Eating Recovery Coach; A Weigh Out says:

    Thank you! She was an amazing dog! I always knew what she was thinking. She had the most expressive face; frowns, smiles, curious raised eyebrows? Often, people commented on her expressions. It was great fun to have her in my life for almost 15 years! What a gift! For everyone, I wish the unconditional love of a pet!

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