Binge eating is an attempt to use food to regulate, moderate, or balance your physical, emotional, or mental state. While there is overlap with overeating, the Binge Eating Cycle is more extreme and more destructive physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. For people caught in this cycle, bingeing has become a way to manage physical discomfort, numb certain feelings, and escape uncomfortable thoughts such as judgment and worry. READ MORE HERE
Dr. Deah’s Calmanac is a 12-month interactive guide designed to transform negative body image and disordered eating patterns into a body positive health at every size(r) approach to wellness. The Calmanac is a program that may be started any month of the year and provides the reader with hands on techniques for replacing anxieties associated with body hate with calming size acceptance. READ MORE HERE
Statistics show that 1 in 50 Americans have trichotillomania. However, the real number of those with trich may be much higher. Many people are too embarrassed or ashamed to admit they pull their hair, and go to great lengths to hide their behavior from family, friends, and medical professionals.
Those of us with trich can often feel broken… READ MORE HERE
Most women do not suffer from a clinical eating disorder, yet so many have an unhealthy relationship with food and measure their self-worth by dress size or the number on a scale. From an early age, women are bombarded with messages about what to eat and how their bodies should look. Eating disorders expert Stacey Rosenfeld, PhD examines the cultural factors pressuring women to be body-obsessed and proposes a radical alternative: lose the diet, love your body, and eat in peace. READ MORE HERE
The Comprehensive Guide To Treating Binge Eating Disorder, Compulsive Eating, and Emotional Overeating (2nd Edition) – Judith Matz and Ellen Frankel
A Message From the Authors:
We believe that too many people are suffering from BED as well as the shame of diet and weight loss failure.