Freedom from Emotional Eating, Food & Weight Obsession

Listening to Your “Inner Binge Eater”

Changing entrenched binge patterns is possible, but can be very difficult. Step one is to know that changing these patterns will take time, and will be an imperfect journey (like the rest of life!). I have found that gently placating the “inner binger” a bit helps to calm her down, and allows the urge to pass.

Consider the following ideas. First, really think about your overeating patterns. Do you go to a certain place, or watch a certain show, or read a certain book while eating? Do you drive a particular route home past a fast food place? When in the day do you begin to make the decision to binge/overeat? Is it typically the very moment you

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About Ellen Shuman

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I have worked in the Wellness Field for 30 years. I created an Emotional Eating & Binge Eating Disorder Recovery Program way before most people knew BED was an eating disorder, NOT a “willpower” issue. Personally, I suffered for years before finding answers and the help I needed and deserved! I became a Coach in 1997 to help others who were still suffering as I had. I love being a Coach!


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