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Episode 48: Q&A: Impulsive vs. Planned Binges / Thoughts of Purging Before Binges

In Episode 48, Kathryn address two questions. The first deals with the difference between an impulsive binge and a planned binge, and the second addresses how to handle thoughts of purging that encourage you to binge.  You’ll also receive information about the upcoming coaching audios that will be available by the end of this month […]... Read More
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Episode 44: Q&A: Learning to Exercise in a Healthy Way (Tips for Recovering Binge Eaters)

In Episode 44, Kathryn address a question about exercise. In this discussion, she gives 5 tips to help you approach exercise in a healthy way during and after recovery from binge eating. Sign up HERE for the Newsletter and updates (you’ll also receive the free eBook “Brain over Binge Basics”) *The newsletter will be delivered […]... Read More
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Episode 36: Q&A: Physical Consequences of Binge Eating

In Episode 36, Kathryn answers a question about the potential physical effects of eating large volumes of food, especially late at night. The primary goal of this discussion is to give you new ways to think about physical consequences (not to provide medical advice). Get the free eBook “The Brain over Binge Basics” (You will […]... Read More
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Episode 35: Fostering a Positive Mindset in Recovery: Interview with Katherine Thomson, Ph.D.

In Episode 35, Kathryn talks with Katherine Thomson, Ph.D., about how to develop a positive mindset for recovery, and take positive action to build new habits. Katherine gives practical advice about how to set goals, reward yourself, overcome slips, and deal with negative body image. Katherine Thomson’s email:   kat.thomson.phd@gmail.com Get the free eBook (“The Brain […]... Read More
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Episode 23: Dismiss Thoughts of “Compensating” for a Binge

In Episode 23, Kathryn discusses some common habitual thoughts that may be encouraging you to binge:  thoughts of “making up for” or “compensating” for a binge.  She discusses the harmful nature of purging behaviors, and how to avoid letting thoughts of compensating for binges convince you to act on binge urges. Get the free eBook […]... Read More
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Don’t Let Thoughts of Purging Encourage You to Binge

It is my belief that the urges to binge are the only direct cause of binge eating.  An urge to binge is: any thought, feeling, or physical sensation that encourages a binge. For those with bulimia, the thought of, “I can just purge afterward” often strongly encourages binge eating.  To avoid a binge, it is necessary […]... Read More