Had an episode of binge eating?
Take care of yourself post-binge. Drink some soothing tea, take a gentle walk or do some stretching, journal or call a friend to talk about how you’re feeling.
Almost to the end of your January cleanse and already planning your binge for February 1st? Probably time to plan a different approach to healing your relationship with food.
With the mindset that you’re addicted to sugar, you’ll likely repeat the cycle of restrict, binge, repent, and repeat over and over.
Halloween can be scary for some people (witches, ghosts, and vampires aside). So many of my clients struggle with bingeing on candy this time of the year. Can you relate?
You can keep snacks in the house.
In fact, if you want to eliminate binging, you SHOULD keep snacks in the house. You should keep all your favorite snacks in the house.
No amount of food will ever fill the gaping void inside of you when it stems from discontent, anger, loneliness, boredom, sadness, frustration, etc. Deal with the feelings. Get your needs met. Food is not the answer to all of life’s problems.