How To Stop Binge Eating

Tips to stop overeating, stop emotional eating, stop eating fast food, stop eating junk food


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    HELLO ALL! :-) (And Happy Mothers’ Day!)

    I thought i’d kick off my new account by forming a challenge group, since most people are more successful when they have someplace to report to. You don’t have to post daily, you can if you’d like to, there are no rules, but I guess we should start with introductions and goals for this month. I’ll make a list of them on this thread, and when you reach your goal, it’ll be struck out.

    ALSO feel free to vent, brag, or update anything here :) Obviously please follow all site rules, and help and support each other! :wink:


    Hi, my name’s Lacey, and I’m a junior in high school. I’ve been binging since before I can remember, but my most vivid memory is from the age of seven, where I snuck 8 brownies at a party while no one was looking… :( However, it wasn’t always binging, just mainly overeating. Once I entered middle school and started to be left at home alone, I started binging every day after school. Not too long after, I began to develop anorexic tendencies and bulimia. In the midst of eighth grade, I began recovery. In time, I managed to minimize the two newest things, but the binging stuck. And here I am now, still clueless as to how to eat NORMAL. I eat wayyy too much, and if I try to eat healthily, I eat too little. I don’t count calories, as it messes with my head… Anyways, I am here to regain normal-ness!!!


    Eat all meals as normally do, but after-school snacks will be reduced to one snack at 3:30 PM.

    Drink large glass of water with ANY food consumed

    How ’bout you guys? :D



    One of my goals is to try to eat more throughout the day so I am less likely to binge in the evening. I am much older than you, but still “in school”, as I am a teacher. I admire your ambition and hope you are able to stick to your goals. Fighting early is the best way to beat an ED… my began in junior high school and has continued to today. It has progressed, got better, progressed, got better, etc. Best of luck!

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