Episode51

Episode 51: Should I Have Former Binge Foods in My House? (and 2019 Podcast Plans)

In Episode 51, Kathryn address a question about buying junk food and former binge food, and keeping those foods in your home. You’ll also hear about what to expect in 2019 on the Brain over Binge Podcast. Coaching Audios from Kathryn (RECOVERY GOALS COACH) Sign up HERE for the Brain over Binge Newsletter and updates […]... Read More
Episode46

Episode 46: Q&A: How Do I Stay Binge-Free on Vacation? / Why Do I Keep “Starting Over” in Recovery?

In episode 46, Kathryn discusses two questions that were submitted to the podcast. First, she gives tips for avoiding binge eating while on a holiday, business trip, or vacation. Second, she explains how you can keep improving and practicing in recovery, instead of feeling like you are constantly starting over. Sign up HERE for the […]... Read More
Episode32

Episode 32: Holiday Yes’s and No’s are Separate from Binge Yes’s and No’s

In Episode 32, Kathryn gives some advice for the holidays.  The discussion revolves around saying “yes” or “no” to holiday events, obligations, or foods; and how those decisions are separate from your decision to binge or not to binge. Get the free eBook (You will also receive Kathryn’s monthly newsletter) Learn about the Brain over Binge […]... Read More
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Dealing with PMS as a Recovering Binge Eater

Has this happened to you?… You feel like your eating is going pretty well, and you are feeling relatively good in your life, and then suddenly, you start to feel down, and everything seems a little darker and more difficult? At the same time, do you experience an increase in appetite and food cravings? Whether you have recently stopped binge […]... Read More
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Overeating, Part I: My Experience

I want to spend three blog posts talking about overeating – why do we do it? is it normal? how much is okay? how is it connected to binge eating? In this post, I’m going to briefly describe my experience with overeating, if I should even call it that. I consider all of my eating […]... Read More

“Triggering” Numbers (Weight, Calories), and Portia De Rossi

     Portia De Rossi’s (Portia DeGeneres) new eating disorder book Unbearable Lightness has received some criticism for centering too much on weight, calories, and food and exercise rituals.  Portia uses numbers (describing her weight, calorie intake, and exercise) extensively, and some critics say there is danger the book will give weight loss “tips” to […]... Read More