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Moderation, Choice, and Creating Your Way of Eating: Healthy Changes After Recovery, Part I

This is the first part of a 2-part blog series on creating healthy changes for yourself after you end binge eating…that is, if you want healthy changes. There are certainly no requirements, and there’s nothing you have to do. You don’t need to eat healthily to achieve or maintain freedom from binge eating, but I know that so […]... Read More
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Episode 25: Compulsive Overeating, Emotional Eating, and Binge Eating: What are the Differences? (Interview with Cookie Rosenblum)

In Episode 25, Cookie Rosenblum returns to the show as a guest to talk about compulsive overeating, emotional eating, as well as a binge eating.  Cookie explains why it’s important to understand the differences, and how to start changing these problematic eating behaviors. Learn more about the Freedom Group HERE (The Freedom Group is Cookie’s […]... Read More
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Episode 22: Mindful Eating Tip: Eating on a Plate

In Episode 22, Kathryn gives a simple suggestion on how to increase awareness when you are eating.  You’ll learn the benefits of serving yourself meals and snacks on a plate (or in another serving dish), and you’ll gain new insights about eating mindfully during binge eating recovery. Get the free eBook (“The Brain over Binge […]... Read More
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Episode 11: Common Questions about Binge Eating Recovery

Thank you for listening to the Brain over Binge Podcast. In this episode, Cookie and Kathryn address some of the main questions and concerns that you may have after learning the Brain over Binge approach.  Topics discussed are: powerful urges, fear of recovery, overeating, and night eating. Get Kathryn’s free eBook “The Brain over Binge […]... Read More

“Overeating,” Part III: Practice Thankfulness

     Several weeks ago, I envisioned this blog post to be a little different. I thought I would share some practical tips for conquering any remaining problematic overeating, after binge eating stops.  I likely will still do that at some point (although I’ve already addressed the issue a bit in the Non-Hungry Cravings post, and my focus […]... Read More

“Overeating,” Part II: Don’t Overdo Self-Control

     To recover from binge eating, you are not aiming for heroic control of everything you put in your mouth; and this is a very important point when discussing overeating.         In the FAQ sectionof my website, I suggest that people struggling with overeating should consider how they define overeating: “Some people […]... Read More