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7 Resources to Help You Stop Binge Eating
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Resource #1: Online Support Forums – Make use of online support forums, there are several out there and I hear and read the same story from those who start using forums: After regularly logging on to the forum for 2-4 weeks they notice that their eating habits start improving automatically, they find it easier to stick to their healthy eating plans and notice that they get less and less junk food cravings.
Resource #2: Family Support – I’m guessing your mind is already coming up with several reasons why this is a bad idea, but bear with me here and let me explain how you can effectively use your family to support you in your efforts to stop binge eating.
Resource #3: Support Group Meetings – Binge eating support groups have existed for years yet many people I meet who have overeating issues have either never tried them or have tried them and have very strong opinions on why they’ll never go back…yet I often find that those people did NOT like the support groups simply because they went into them with the WRONG expectations.
Resource #4: Committing To Friends – This is the best way I’ve found to get myself to implement new habits. How is this relevant? Trying to stop binge eating involves making small changes that add up over time to new habits, so this resource will really help you stick to those changes and those new habits.
Resource #5: Reading Books – Whenever you try and accomplish a goal in life or achieve anything really it’s a lot easier to do when you’re constantly reading about it and learning about it. From a young age this technique is used with school children yet what happens is that after we become adults we stop reading and therefore we stop learning.
Resources 6 & 7: Music & Walking – Both of these resources have to do with you taking care of your mental and emotional state. While these two resources are extremely valuable, I decided to bundle them together because there very simple and quick to explain.