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Binge, binge, binge.

Thursday, February 18, 2010


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ABSTER40 2/27/2010 11:12PM

  I totally get you. You are not alone in this binge eating monster! I am sorry to see you upset over it and understand what an emotional battle it is to deal with binging. I am not overweight at all, but was once a bulimic. I have not binge/purged in over 6 years. I have finally accepted my body or should I say...my "booty" for what is! God created in me a beautiful, healthy, and fully functioning machine...to enjoy, not destroy. What I have found is that although I accept my body, I can't fully get the healthy relationship aspect with food. I am trying all the time though. It's a process and I'm getting thru it. Don't beat yourself up for your poor choices, find comfort in the good ones! You get more of whatever you focus on...so make it be on the positive! ;-) Be well and God bless. emoticon

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BECKY742 2/19/2010 8:17PM

    I totally know what your talking about, I m the type of person who has to clean my plate, if its good I eat 3 portions, it really is hard to stop once I start. The thing with the grocery store never go when your hungry and honestly I talk to my self when I go and ask my self, do I really want this crap and then put it back, I never rush through any more, I take my time and try to make the best decisions by reading labels, some things could look reasonably healthy and then you read the label and its not. I also would hide the fact that I would sneak through a fast food drive thru and not volunteer the info to my boyfriend. I use to be so heath conscious at one time and not over weight, I m still trying to figure out why I am now. Really what went wrong. I m a total food addict and dont know why. I've been on sparks for over 2 weeks and love it. Just knowing how many calories in a day I m consuming really helps and the people are great, but I m only taking it one day at a time, that's all I can do right now. Good luck in your journey and great blog by the way there are so many people in the same boat and your right its not talked about all that much. emoticon emoticon

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TERRA49 2/19/2010 6:59AM

  I use to binge eat in High School, a long time ago. I would starve myself for a few days (about 500 calories per day) and then binge one day. Once I stopped starving and ate three healthy satisfying meals a day that behavior stopped. Make sure you don't go hungry during the day. Also, keep taking the anti-depressants. I think you are looking at it like you have a mental problem if you take it but you don't, you have a clinical problem. I have a family member on anti-depressants because it is a clinical problem, something you can't help how your body is wired. You are a very pretty girl, seem very smart and sweet. Don't beat yourself up if you do go off the wagon, we all do at times and just accept you are human, keep growing and learning and love yourself

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GOGIRL62 2/19/2010 3:27AM

    I listened to your blog and I can't say that I know too much about binge eating but if you feel it is a problem why don't you discuss it with the doctor that handles your antidepressants. That's another thing, you shouldn't try to go off your pills unless your doctor says you should...I know I hate taking mine but without them I'm a mess and I know I'll always have to take them. Good luck and take care.

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