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Are You Still Acting on Urges to Binge? Tips for Binge Eaters who are Struggling in Recovery, PART 1

*updated June 1, 2019 This post and the next one will be for those of you who are having a difficult time letting the urges pass rather than acting on them. I’ve heard from many women and men who understand the Brain over Binge approach and know they have the ability to avoid binges, but […]... Read More
Episode 54

Episode 54: Stop Purging in Binge Eating Recovery: Interview with Ali Kerr

In Episode 54, Kathryn discusses purging with Ali Kerr, the author of The Binge Code and the Bulimia Help Method, and the founder of HealED coaching. Ali talks about her experience overcoming self-induced vomiting and binge eating, and gives useful advice to help you put an end to harmful purging behaviors. There were several resources […]... Read More
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Episode 50: Audio Coaching to Overcome Binge Eating, Emotional Eating, and Night Eating (Interview with Alen Standish)

In Episode 50, Kathryn talks to fellow podcaster Alen Standish about overcoming binge eating, overeating, emotional eating, and night eating. Alen talks about his new audio delivery system that both he and Kathryn are using to help listeners receive coaching when they need it. Learn how to get coaching audios from Alen and/or Kathryn below: […]... Read More
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Episode 49: Q&A: Can I Use the Brain over Binge Approach to Stick to Strict Eating Plans?

In Episode 49, Kathryn address questions that were raised after a discussion of Brain over Binge appeared on the Bright Line Eating™ blog.  She talks about the importance of eating enough and using the Brain over Binge concepts for their intended purpose of ending binge eating. Episodes referenced in this podcast: Episode 12: Dismissing Urges […]... Read More
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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 43: Q&A: Binge Urges are Too Persistent / Confusion about How to Finally Recover

In Episode 43, Kathryn address a question with two parts. The first part addresses what to do when it feels like the urges last too long, and you feel like you need to binge just to make them go away. The second part explains how to move forward when you feel confused about how to […]... Read More
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Episode 24: Improving Your Ability to Dismiss Binge Urges

In Episode 24, Kathryn gives three tips for improving your ability to apply the 5 Components of Dismissing Urges to Binge. The discussion is directed toward those who are new to the Brain over Binge approach or those who are struggling to dismiss binge urges. Get the free eBook (“The Brain over Binge Basics”) *NOTICE: […]... 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