An alternative approach to binge eating recovery
Overindulging in food

Indulging in Food, Part 3: Getting over Overindulging

This is the third and final post in my blog series on indulging in food. If you have not read Part 1 and Part 2, I recommend you do that before continuing with this post, which aims to help you stop overindulging in food. In those previous two posts, I talked about what indulging may […]

indulging in food binge eating recovery

Indulging in Food, Part 2: It’s Okay, You are Okay

This is the second part of a 3-part series on “indulging” in food. In my part 1, I talked about the fact that there is no consensus on what it means to indulge. I gave you two tips for how to think about indulging: First, remember that indulging is not the same as binge eating, […]

Learning to eat normally (podcast) Jenn Hand

Episode 37: Learning to Eat Normally: Interview with Jenn Hand

Indulging in food binge eating

Indulging in Food, Part I: Reality Check

I’m starting a 3-part blog series on indulging in food. This is a multifaceted topic and I find that it leaves many recovering binge eaters confused. So, I’m going to do my best over the next 3 posts to talk about what it might mean to indulge in food, when it may become problematic, and […]

Positive mindset binge eating recovery (Katherine Thomson)

Episode 35: Fostering a Positive Mindset in Recovery: Interview with Katherine Thomson, Ph.D.

don't binge resolutions

Don’t Binge When You Break A Resolution

If you have a goal to stop binge eating in the new year, I want to give you some advice that I hope will help you keep that resolution. My advice is twofold: 1.) Prioritize stopping binge eating    2.) Don’t connect stopping binge eating to your other resolutions. Let’s talk first about prioritizing your […]

Daniel Thomas Hind podcast

Episode 31: Making Healthy Changes After Binge Eating Recovery: An Interview with Daniel Thomas Hind of EvolutionEat

Look at binge eating in a new way

Look Behind the Scenes to Ease Your Mind

I had a conversation with my daughter a couple of weeks ago that immediately inspired an idea for this blog post.  It all started when my oldest son, who is 11 and not scared of much at all, wanted to watch a trailer of a movie about aliens.  The trailer wasn’t too scary in my opinion, […]

What makes binge eating recovery work

What Makes Recovery “Work”? Part III (You Don’t Need to Work so Hard)

This is the 3rd and final post in my blog series, “What Makes Recovery Work?”.  In Part I, I talked about expectations surrounding what it means for a recovery method to work.  In Part II, I discussed the work you personally need to do in recovery, which is to dismiss each urge to binge (and […]