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Advice to Stop the Overeating Cycle

by nina on January 17, 2012

Do you wait until you are absolutely starving before you eat? This may be a major trigger to overeating and it is one cause of the continuing cycle of restricting, binge eating and overeating.

Now we have all done this, I know I spent a decade or more trying to suppress my appetite, trying to eat as little as possible and wait until I absolutely could not stand the hunger anymore – and then find myself eating way too much.

Does this sound familiar?

Watch this week’s Advice to Stop the Overeating Cycle and see if you can identify… and is this possibly preventing you from achieving full recovery?

Thank you Shellie for your beautiful comment and question:

“Dear Nina,

Thank you for all your wonderful words of wisdom.  You have no idea how much I look forward to hearing you each week and when I am down and feeling frustrated I re-read your articles and it helps me so much to push through that day!  I have come far even though I haven’t gotten much smaller.  My mind is less obsessive and filled with guilt and that is a huge breakthrough for me.  My question is this, how do you continue to find that spot where you are full but not overly full?

I mean, sometimes I will wait to eat and then eat too much and feel I am failing at this.  Is there something that helped you not to overeat when you would get hungry?  I keep trying and trying to get this just right so I learn to only feed my body just the amount it needs.

I have a million other questions but this one is the one I am struggling with the most right now.  Thank you for all you do…you are an inspiration to us all!!!”

Thank you Shellie and THANK YOU to all of YOU who show up each week and are determined to recover!

Never give up and keep posting those questions so we can identify your challenges, move through them and get you to a place of full eating disorder recovery.

“All who have accomplished great things have had a great aim, have fixed their gaze on a goal which was high, one which sometimes seemed impossible.”

– Orison Swett Marden

With Love and Faith in YOUR FULL Recovery,

Nina

P.S If you are ready to get the FULL Recover From Eating Disorders Ebook – just click on the link and you are on the way!

Nina Vucetic

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