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Episode 58: Rethinking Day 1 of Binge Eating Recovery (Part II)

In Episode 58, Kathryn continues a discussion about successfully starting something new in recovery or making a renewed commitment to yourself. She talks about the importance of recognizing and learning to dismiss one last time thoughts that come up prior to attempting to quit binge eating.  In the days before “Day 1,” the one last […]... Read More
episode 57

Episode 57: Rethinking Day 1 of Binge Eating Recovery (Part I)

In Episode 57, Kathryn explains how you can start something new in recovery, or make a renewed commitment to yourself, in a way that helps you move toward a binge-free life. She talks about her own experience of continuously starting over in recovery, and explains how you can successfully approach your own “Day 1.” Related […]... Read More
Blog post_Affordable Help

Affordable Help: An Alternative to One-on-One Coaching

*Those of you who are subscribed to my monthly newsletters and emails received what is below earlier this week, but the email was so long, that I decided to turn it into a blog post as well! ____________________________________________________ If you’ve read my blog posts or listened to my podcast, you’ve likely heard about my 8-Week Course. […]... Read More
ep 56

Episode 56: Focusing on Childhood Issues in Therapy for Binge Eating

In this episode, Kathryn shares a personal story about focusing on her childhood problems in therapy, and why it wasn’t effective in her own recovery from binge eating. She also talks about how she’s reinterpreted issues from her childhood based on her experiences as a parent. In addition, you’ll learn about when childhood issues or […]... Read More
episode45

Episode 45: Trauma, Depression, and Binge Eating Recovery (Interview with Maria Marklove)

In Episode 45, Kathryn interviews binge eating and mental resilience coach Maria Marklove about dealing with trauma, depression, and emotional pain along with binge eating.  Maria shares her own experience of overcoming these issues in her life, and helping others do the same. Visit Maria’s website HERE, and also get her 65-page, hand-illustrated Ultimate Guide To Stop […]... Read More
What makes recovery work Part III

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 […]... Read More

Pain

     I was thinking some today about emotional pain, and it’s connection with binge eating and other addictions. The common belief is that addicted people use their substance of choice to numb themselves to pain. In the past, this belief was reserved primarily for users of alcohol and drugs; but now binge eating, overeating, shopping, […]... Read More