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BITTERQUILL Posts: 1,613
2/1/14 2:28 P

For me, water and fruit aren't going to chase away a binge. If anything, it just encourages it because it reminds me that I'm not eating pizza and chocolate. ;) Exercise helps more than anything else, in my experience, as does periodically indulging my cravings on a smaller scale, to avoid them building up to uncontrollable levels.

MAMAADJUSTE SparkPoints: (1,179)
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2/1/14 2:10 P

I'm aware of what I'm doing and tell myself how bad I will feel afterwards but that doesn't stop me. I'll try some of the tips mentioned. I started keeping track if my binges on a calender and really praise myself on days I don't binge. I started blogging on here after a binge and I think I might try doing that when I feel one coming on.

SWIMMERGIRL0222 Posts: 785
2/1/14 1:34 P

If I can't talk myself out of it I go to the gym or go somewhere else (away from food) to get my mind off things. That works for me!

ISLENAA Posts: 729
2/1/14 6:53 A

figure out what it is im craving for and have a healthy alternative.... instead of just bingeing mindlessly

VIRGOGURL4 SparkPoints: (57,358)
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1/31/14 5:18 P

I find that a mental conversation with myself works. I try to remind myself how terrible I feel after it happens. It doesn't always helped, but it prevented a major PMS-fueled one a few weeks ago.

MAMAHOT1 SparkPoints: (2,164)
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1/31/14 5:05 P

I drink water after water until the feeling subsides. If it doesn't then I get a light snack like an apple or grapes and see it that helps. What do you guys do?

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