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Anyone that's dealt with binge eating knows how debilitating, isolating, and shameful it can feel.
Especially when we know it doesn't feel good but we've already passed the point of no return. It feels like we JUST. CAN'T. STOP.
Learning to trust the body and honor that it actually might need some deeper form of nourishment (whether that's more fuel or filling an emotional need) can help us to see binges as merely a body trying to find safety, trying to find comfort, trying to fulfill a craving.
When we start to honor that the body is on our side and wants to feel better, the urge to binge naturally fades away.
Let me know how this goes! What do you think the need to binge is really trying to show you?
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