May I put it to you this way… only my attempt to help NOT to sound mean/harsh…
Let us examine what is bothering you…
1. You and your BF broke up
2. You are stressed at work
3. You haven’t had time to yourself
4. You are busy with school
Now lets what has happened so far…
Crying, Binge eating, Laying around the house, Drinking, No exercise, Been upset, Been angry
Exactly which approach of the 7 things have helped you with any of the issues you have had? All I am trying to say is food does not solve life issues. It gives momentary comfort which has its own value but continuing on the path will lead to feeling that things are spinning out of control. After the binge eating is over, you will realize that all the problems are still there and more because now there is guilt of having over eaten.
Instead take a deep breath, drink a glass of fresh water and examine what you can do about the issues you have. I am sorry about the breakup. I cant comment on it as I am not aware of the circumstances. But is it possible that it is actually for the overall good? Can you try and find anything positive in it? As for the work situation, not having enough time, school, etc… lot of the times the problem lies in time management.
I don’t mean to trivialize your issues. We all have the same issues. I really don’t know of anyone in my circle who would not say the same things. But with some better time management skills, learning to say No so as to not take on too many things at a time and prioritizing yourself over other things will give you time to yourself and take some of the stress away. Make exercising and eating right a priority. Hope that you feel better about things soon...
“There are three types of people in this world. Firstly, there are people who make things happen. Then there are people who watch things happen. Lastly, there are people who ask, what happened? - Steve Backley
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