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Binge Eating Recovery During a Crisis, Part II: Opportunity to Accept Imperfect Eating (and Still Not Binge)

[You can read Part I of this blog series here] This is an unprecedented time when no one knows exactly what to do. Many of our normal routines are not possible, many of our everyday opportunities for connection and enjoyment are gone, and our work and education are either on hold or have changed significantly. […]... Read More
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Episode 62: Fear of Hunger in Binge Eating Recovery

In Episode 62, Kathryn discusses how anxiety about hunger can be harmful as you learn to stop binge eating, and how to have a more peaceful relationship with your hunger. During this episode, you’ll hear a Q&A audio from the Brain over Binge Course that addresses this topic. Blog post with course Q&A’s: BrainoverBinge.com/questions Brain […]... Read More
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Questions in Binge Eating Recovery (Course Q&A’s)

If you are like most binge eaters trying to end the habit, you likely have questions. Most people find it comforting to know that they aren’t the only one with a certain issue or concern. Over my years of helping binge eaters, I noticed common themes in what people asked me, and I decided that […]... Read More
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Not So Fast: Guest Post from Gillian Riley

It seems that fasting has become the new standard of dieting, and also a central focus of the health community as well. Like most diets, it’s presented as the answer (or at least a partial solution) to many health and weight issues. Of course, the new year is a popular time for people to go […]... Read More
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Episode 61: Don’t Break Your Resolutions With Binges

In Episode 61, Kathryn talks about how New Year’s Resolutions can sometimes interfere with your efforts to stop binge eating. She explains how you can avoid following thoughts that say “you’ve already failed, you might as well binge,” which often appear after you break other resolutions. Related Episode: Episode 30:  No Resolutions to Diet BRAIN […]... Read More
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Don’t Start the New Year with a Diet

*Originally posted on Jan. 1, 2017. Updated and republished Jan. 1, 2020 This will be a short and simple blog post, and the message is just what is stated in the title. It’s the New Year, and you’ll of course see that people are going on diets; you’ll see weight loss heavily marketed as a […]... Read More
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Holiday Food Talk, and How to (Not) React to it

*Originally published on December 1, 2016.  Revised and re-published Dec 1, 2019 Today, I want to share something that I hope will not only help you during the holidays, but in many situations where you encounter “food talk.” I’m sure we all have those friends or relatives who can’t seem to participate in a meal or […]... Read More
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Holiday Yes’s and No’s are Separate from Binge Yes’s and No’s

*Originally published Nov. 1, 2016.  Revised and re-published Dec. 1, 2019 If you are newly binge-free, or trying to stop binge eating, you may be wondering how to manage the holidays. First, I want you to know that you can avoid binge eating regardless of the date on the calendar. There actually isn’t anything special […]... Read More