Tag: weightloss

Why do I forget what I know? Why the path to recovery can sometimes be…
Have you heard of the amnesia of the disordered eater?  I know it well. If I know that going to work without my lunch leads me into the queue for [...]
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If I don’t numb my pain with food + TV, what can I do? How…
What I’ve learned about pain, suffering, and disordered eating The reality of the disordered eater is navigating pain on a daily basis. When we overeat, it hurts. When we undereat, [...]
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When your brain keeps saying MORE MORE MORE
What is the basic message that your brain is sending you each day? For many of us, it’s some kind of variation on MORE MORE MORE. The brain tells you, [...]
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Would you rather eat chocolate or have sex?
I think I’d rather eat chocolate than write this blog, but it’s time to add my voice to the conversation.  I realise that, as a cis-gendered woman, and a heterosexual, [...]
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How do we change our unwanted habits and thought patterns?
I am beginning to understand that The Process, our map of recovery, could be described as the feminine path to behaviour change.  Rather than controlling, dominating and eliminating unwanted aspects [...]
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