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Few people that don’t deal with binge eating or compulsive overeating understand what’s its like to feel loss if control around food.
I’ve been a binge eater, and I’ve talked to hundreds of others that are currently dealing with it or have overcome binge eating. The reasons we have for turning to food are usually much different than someone who doesn’t have a problem with regularly overeating or binge eating.
Eating food feels good. That’s why we do it, to feel good or to feel pleasure (even if its temporary). However, we may tell ourselves or others different reasons for why we eat.
Here are some of the most common reasons for eating, followed by the thought that runs through our heads (coming from our “animal” brain looking to rationalize anything in order to get pleasure, because it believes food is the way to get it).
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