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Moderation, Choice, and Creating Your Way of Eating: Healthy Changes After Recovery, Part I

This is the first part of a 2-part blog series on creating healthy changes for yourself after you end binge eating…that is, if you want healthy changes. There are certainly no requirements, and there’s nothing you have to do. You don’t need to eat healthily to achieve or maintain freedom from binge eating, but I know that so […]... Read More
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Episode 40: Body Image and Binge Eating: Interview with Brynn Johnson

In Episode 40, Kathryn interviews Brynn Johnson on the topic of body image. Brynn discusses how body image issues impact binge eaters and recovered binge eaters, and she gives advice on how to manage negative body thoughts. Brynn also talks about letting go of your attachment to dieting and trying to change your body. Brynn’s […]... Read More
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Episode 39: Q&A: Giving up the “Pleasure” of Binges / Emotional Attachment to Binge Eating

In this Q&A episode, Kathryn addresses two questions – the first about giving up the secondary benefits (pleasure) of binges, and the second about breaking the connection between binge eating and emotions. Get the free eBook “The Brain over Binge Basics” (You will also receive the Brain over Binge monthly newsletter*) *The newsletter will be […]... Read More
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Indulging in Food, Part 3: Getting over Overindulging

This is the third and final post in my blog series on indulging in food. If you have not read Part 1 and Part 2, I recommend you do that before continuing with this post. In those previous two posts, I talked about what indulging may mean to you, how you can think about indulging, […]... Read More
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Tips to Help You Stop Purging

If you’ve read my books or blog, you’ll know that I did not purge through self-induced vomiting (instead, I purged with excessive exercise and also with restrictive eating).  I fully realize that those of you who purge through self-induced vomiting face a different set of challenges in recovery. Many of you have told me that […]... Read More
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Learning How to Eat in Recovery

A central theme of my new book is that only 2 goals are necessary for recovery: 1.) Learning to dismiss urges to binge  and  2.) Learning to eat adequately I share principles, recommendations, written exercises, and resources to help you accomplish those two goals in a way that works for you. One of the resources I recommend–primarily in the area of learning […]... Read More
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“My Case is Different”: When You Feel Your Unique Problems Prevent Recovery from Binge Eating

Do you find yourself thinking that quitting the binge eating habit may work for others, but not for you? Do you think your life is more complicated than others who have recovered? Do you think your binge eating may have developed for deeper reasons, or that you have too many struggles in your life to […]... Read More
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Overeating, Part III: Practice Thankfulness

When I was planning out this blog series on overeating, I envisioned this third and final post to be a little different (see Part I and Part II). I thought I would share some practical tips for conquering any problematic overeating you may have after binge eating stops, but this week I was inspired to take this post […]... Read More