I read "the End of Overeating", which was an interesting book. There's also a documentary available streaming on Netflix called "Hungry for Change"
I do have to say though, I had (and still struggle with) this issue. What really helped me lose the bulk of this weight was talking with a counselor about my issues, and she helped me unravel why I was using food so much to cope. I ended up losing over 70 pounds in the year's time I was talking with her.
Many people want to fix it, but often, they don't get to down to why they ate in the first place..It's probably because in doing so, they may have to confront some difficult issues that they are uncomfortable with, but the reality is if you're using food to cope, then it's important to tackle your issues. That way you don't lose it, then go back to your old ways. People who aren't ready to face their problems head on and deal with them or work towards dealing with them are often not ready to lose weight. I'm not saying that this is the case for everyone, but it was certainly the case for me, and I'm sure it's the case for many.
Don't ever let anyone else tell you who you can be
| Pounds lost: 9.0