Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat for Binge Eating by Michelle May, M.D. with Kari Anderson DBH, LPC.
Do you have a secret? Are you distressed about your eating? Do you sometimes eat more food than most other people would eat under similar circumstances? Do you sometimes feel like you can t stop eating, or can t control how much, or what you re eating? Do you eat large amounts of food even when you re not hungry? Do you sometimes eat more rapidly than normal? Do you eat until you feel uncomfortably full? Do you eat alone because you re embarrassed by how much you eat? Do you ever feel disgusted with yourself, depressed, or really guilty after you eat? These are symptoms of binge eating. Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat for Binge Eating was written for you.
Does Every Woman Have an Eating Disorder? by Stacey M. Rosenfeld; PhD
Does every woman have an eating disorder? It’s a bold question but one that must be asked. Why is it that today’s women–successful students, career women, wives, and mothers–are struggling more than ever with food and weight? Even those who don’t suffer from a clinical eating disorder seem to have some sort of issue around food and weight.
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