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5/12/09 11:07 A

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Welcome Patricia! Glad to have you on board and please share as you learn.

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5/11/09 10:25 P

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Thanks to you, Jibbie, this book has given me a lot of insight. Hi everyone! I am looking forward to learning more.

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5/9/09 12:19 A

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Maria, there are four good clips on YOUTUBE with Dr. Gould being interviewed and one of Joanne a patient who was a binge eater. Do a search there and watch them. (Sorry, my son is downloading something and my computer won't log on to YouTube for me to post the link.) The clips are worth watching.

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5/7/09 7:02 P

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It's so true. We just have to do it, but there is so much in that "just." I said before that I realized that when I lost weight before, I hadn't really learned how to deal with urges because for periods of time, the urges went away, or if they came, I could somehow nip them in the bud before they were an issue. This winter, I joined a weight loss group at work and discovered that being in the group was not the reason I lost last time. I was just ready! I am the same weight I was 8 weeks ago, and am no smaller, either. But, I have been able to keep to the plan on some afternoons and evenings, which is the real danger time for me. I know one thing I have to do is to keep remembering how good it feels to be hungry for dinner and to be just comfortably satisfied after dinner, as well as recognizing what emotion I may be surpressing and what might better solve the problem. It may be taking action or it may be just diverting. Good luck to us all!
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RACHELRB's Photo RACHELRB Posts: 1,485
5/7/09 9:36 A

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Welcome Maria. As someone who has been there and back we would love to hear your insights and your successes.

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5/6/09 10:55 P

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Wow! This is amazing! After another binge, I was just thinking I need to get back to the Shrink Yourself program! I just went on Sparkpeople looking for a bulimia team and, lo and behold... what did I find! Thank goodness this team is here! I worked the program recently. I have the book and know the answer is there. I felt the book was speaking directly to me! I just have to work it.

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