People with binge eating disorder are embarrassed and ashamed of their eating habits, so they often try to hide their symptoms and eat in secret. Eat an extremely large amount of food within a 2-hour period (a binge) at least 2 times a week on average for at least 6 months. Common personality traits found in those who have binge eating disorder and other eating disorders include excessive concern about body size and shape, low self-esteem, and depression. Binge eating disorder is different from bulimia, because people with binge eating disorder do not regularly vomit or use other ways to get rid of calories.
Some people eat very little during the day but eat very large amounts of food in the evening and at night.
Many people who have an eating disorder also struggle with depression or anxiety disorders. Frequent binge eating can cause you to gain a large amount of weight, even though you might try to restrict your food intake between binges. You might feel so discouraged at times that you stop trying to control your eating disorder altogether. Although you might not have all of the symptoms of binge eating disorder, even a few symptoms can be a sign of a problem that needs treatment. Effects of binge eating disorder Binge eating leads to a wide variety of physical, emotional, and social problems. My worry is that by turning to diets and attempting to address my weight issue, I might invite the ED (and accompanying depression) back in.
Only after I dealt with the inner reasons for why I used food could I even begin to think about numbers on a scale. Only you (or you and a therapist or mentor?) can decide, whether you’re ready to think about weight loss or not.
Now, to the rest of the community: What wisdom can you share with Heather on this point? 9 Responses to Is it Possible to Lose Weight Without Slipping Back into Disordered Eating Habits?
I think after a long time of not engaging with food and eating (or not) almost blindly, constantly distracting myself from it, it becomes diffcult to eat and acknowledge it. I think the idea about keeping a cupcake or whatever’s going around the office is a nice idea because it means you can plan nice things into your day, without the dilemma of to-eat-or-not-to-eat! I have been seeing the girls from my support group (although we are a mix of disordered eating!) every couple of weeks to catch up, and I think this might be something I’ll pick their brains about! Thank you again Sunny for taking the time out to answer my question and giving me some really healthy food for thought! And I lost 25 pounds and kept it off, and I’m now a healthy, normal weight BMI wise physically. I feel like I am lucky to have found a therapist who is focused on helping me address my issues with food by combining some traditional talking therapy with practical things I can do to help myself, with the goal of helping me to learn to have a healthful relationship with food and my body underpinning this.
Thus far, she has set me homeworks and I am currently looking to monitor those thoughts that make me feel bad and guilty. She is extremely positive that I can make some real progress, andwhilst I remain a little skeptical, I think there might be something in it. How do other people cope with trying to counter those things we do that we know aren’t in our own best interests? I started exercising regularly again and this week saw a pair of jeans I actually forgot I had. Sunny Sea Gold is a media-savvy advocate and commentator specializing in binge eating disorder, cultural obsessions around food and weight, and raising children who have a healthy body image. It can be difficult to treat binge eating disorder if these other conditions are not also treated.
If you have any of these symptoms, or someone you know does, talk to a doctor, friend, or family member about your concerns right away. Unlike other addictions, your “drug” is necessary for survival, so you don’t have the option of avoiding it. How can you make positive steps towards losing weight (and gaining a healthy body and mind) without resorting to old ED habits? I was in therapy, was reading books about emotional eating, and told myself over and over that the outside didn’t matter—all that mattered was the inside. I felt so much stronger and happier because I was no longer punishing myself and my body with piles of extra food.

People in my support group had taught me that, if you go too long without eating, you’re simply asking for a binge. But as I became more connected to my body and more loving toward it and myself as a whole, I realized that I did not have as much energy as a woman of my age should. What has your experience with weight been as you’ve healed (or started to heal) your relationship with food? I wanted to ask how eating regular meals and planning your day’s food fits in with the notion of mindful eating and eating when you are hungry? I guess the three meals and snacks concept is another way of acknowledging it, rather than sneaking it behind my own back (and into my mouth!).
I think it is really nice you mention it to a therapist, mentor, etc because often we can slip into rationalization with weight loss. I am losing weight so that I can be healthier, but I am doing it with my eating disorder int he back of my mind, as soon as I feel disordered, I tell myself that what the ED is telling me isn’t true.
In time, we are going to look at balancing those parts of me which take over (the judgemental and critical bits) with those parts of me I am less used to seeing (the kind, positive and supporting ones).
I haven’t gone back to ED behaviors for about 4 years, and recently wanted to make a change to cut way back on my sugar consumption. I thought they might not fit, and before I put them on I knew that if they didn’t, I would have no attachment to that fact. I felt such a deep peace from sincerely pouring out my heart to the Lord and finally surrendering myself to Him once again. The tattoo helped me to love what was in the inside, but that didn’t mean I was exactly sure if someone else were to love it.
As I spent time with him, I grew with God as I faced the challenges of having a normal relationship with a normal person. But dieting does not stop the binging for the long term and might actually make the problem worse.
I have the support of a counsellor, a local ED group and my partner and am making little steps towards improving my confidence and self-esteem. But let me just tell you what had to happen in order for me to finally be able to address my desire to let go of some weight without starting to restrict or freak out. I literally worked to get to the point where I felt that if I never lost another pound again, I could live life and be happy. Writing down exactly what I was planning to have made it so that I didn’t have to think about food, and it diffused the opportunity to obsess.
So I built in one or two snacks into my day and made sure I brought those suckers with me wherever I went. I also had sleep apnea (which is exacerbated by extra weight) which caused me to wake up each morning exhausted and with headaches. The key for me, like I said, was completely and utterly letting go of all concern with weight until I was pretty far along in recovery. Was this a step towards regulating your eating before moving on to eat ‘normally’? I no longer plan out what I’m going to eat, but I still basically eat three meals and one or two snacks a day.
I had my second baby 9 months ago and have not weighed myself since my 9th month of pregnancy (at the OB’s office.
A little bit of weight loss that I let happen naturally is something I never thought could happen. To be body positive is a journey of self acceptance while advocating for and accepting our differences with others. The people at church and my family would always call me beautiful and pretty, but it was never anyone beyond that. I met a very interesting white boy that I didn’t fall in love with instantly for a change.
And when I looked in the mirror the other day when I took this picture, it all came together. It was not meant to be a portrait of my boyfriend and I but I realized when I was finished sketching it, that it was us.
But if you’re feeling shitty and you wake up and are able to accomplish any of these things you deserve a fucking medal. However I would really like to lose some weight and get back to a normal, healthy weight for me.

While I didn’t always feel pretty or happy about my shape, I stopped obsessing about it.
My only guidelines were the make sure I ate some fruits and veggies (for my health) and to try to think about what portion a normal person would eat.
I also knew that my waist size was just a hair shy of the cutoff for the point at which your risk of heart disease really starts to climb.
You might reach out to folks in your ED support group, too, and see if anyone has faced a similar situation. If we are healthy, and mindful of our body and have weight loss, then this is very different.
Or, for example, when I feel low at work I know it won’t make it better if I buy a cupcake, but I still do it as it seems to be the only way I know how to make myself feel better, even if only momentarily. Body positivity is for everyone; fighting self-hate and working towards self-love and acceptance of ourselves and others through resources, visibility, and discussion! I started going to binge-eating support groups every week and even got a mentor from the group that I would call nearly every day. So, I decided to gently move toward weight loss with increased exercise and tweaking my food choices. It is so important a discussion, and honestly feel it is a VERY individual decision but I always say tread lightly, because no one knows if things will trigger them until they pursue something, so be vigilant and mindful of behaviors, how your body feels, and if you are healthy. Help!"3 Truths I've Learned About Recovery from Binge EatingWhat Steps Did You Take Toward Food Sanity, and In What Order? It’s major theme is that it is to remind me that I always have a choice to do what is right. Even though we had very different upbringings, he and I are very similar people in some respects. Sitting on the couch as a two sport collegiate athlete is hard to do, and I did gain some weight and lost most of my quad muscle. Instead of ordering a whole pie (which was just asking for a binge, no matter how far along in recovery I was!), I’d plan for two large New York-style slices and pick them up from my local pizza place on the way home. I find integrating a exercise that makes me feel connected to my body has also made my healthy eating more easy to follow. I was more attracted to white males, but there were none who would even give me a second look as more than a friend. When he said I was beautiful, I could hear the deep sincerity of what he was saying and it really made me begin to accept myself again.
I didn’t know it was possible for someone so beautiful to even give someone like me a second glance. When we first starting dating, I was in constant fear that he would be grossed out by my body and dump me.
But again, I too still struggle and really question my intentions of losing weight, take OUT the numbers, because to me HEALTH has to be the priority 1st and foremost.
When I finally got out of high school and made it to college, I was in awe at how easy it was for me to find someone I liked.
He really helped me to see that I wasn’t just average and existing, but a beautiful human being, inside and out. How I feel in clothing, and feel working out means way more than a number on a scale ever should.
After that epiphany, I went on to write a single-spaced, 9 page paper about the origin of the tattoo, as well as the ideals that it holds. I would see some beauty in myself here and there, but wondered when a boy that I liked would mutually think I was attractive, inside and out.
After being in love with a boy most of sophomore year, I found myself suffering from depression. I find that even now that we are an official couple, I still fear that he doesn’t like the way I look. When I feel overwhelmed, I can easily slow down, visualize the tattoo, and meditate my way to clearer thinking. He left me after one night because I danced with someone else, but he was my soulmate and I couldn’t let go.

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