It will probably help a lot to untangle eating, being in bed, and watching TV. That's like a triple-whammy of narcotic eating right there.
Can you imagine yourself eating only at a table, with no television? Or watching TV seated in a chair?
You already recognize that binge eating is not really a "fun little me time" activity. It's self destructive. Now you have to take action to become self-caring instead of self-destructive.
Can you imagine other activities that will be relaxing and fun, that don't involve eating? Are those things you can start doing instead of binge eating in bed?
It's really up to you to analyze what's going on when you binge, why you do it, and what methods will work to interrupt your bad habits and what techniques will make new habits pleasurable enough to continue. It's something I struggle with every day, sometimes more, sometimes less. A lot of "other people's tips" didn't really work for me either until I really started confronting what I was hiding from when I was eating. I hope you find something that will work for you!
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