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Stop Overeating and Binge Eating

Published on 9/27/2017
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Stop overeating and binge eating.

More people than you can really imagine are struggling with binge eating, emotional eating, stress eating. Many people also repeatedly manage to lose weight only to gain it all back. This is majorly because such people are approaching this issue with the wrong mindset.

If that describes you, you may find this story by Kyle very useful.

 “Last week I ate myself into a near coma…Ok fine, call it a really deep sleep... but I ate everything I could after my wife & daughter went to bed…literally hiding my addiction and my compulsive behavior from my family who loves me. I have been like this for a very long time and it is maddening and just plain torturous. At age 43, I am clinically obese. I have hated myself, condemned myself, and treated myself with such anger and viciousness over the years it is truly saddening. I have exhausted myself attempting to climb out of this hole thousands of times, only to slip farther into darkness and deeper into food addiction and what has started to become a severe binge eating disorder. Hopeless? Yes, you could say that. Overly dramatic? Perhaps. I am sure anyone who has ever attempted getting over an addiction can relate. Feeling powerless and at the mercy of food tears you apart from the inside, little by little. I used to be filled with confidence and strength. Where did that guy go?

After my binge last week, I recognized that things had gotten exponentially out of control over the past 6 months. My health was deteriorating, but I still couldn’t stick with any plan no matter what I tried. No matter what leverage I attempted to apply to my efforts to give me more will power and strength just served to offer up more ammunition to thoroughly pummel myself once I failed. That night though, uncharacteristically, I treated myself with pity, even a bit of love. I said “I need to keep working. I need to keep searching for answers. Now.”

That moment I went on Amazon, still in my post-binge haze, and ordered two books. The first I read in a day and left me with no lasting impressions - More hugging my inner child with little to no applicable wisdom to help. I then began reading “Never Binge Again”. Within 3 pages I knew something was different.

This book "is" different. It "is" unorthodox…And it is exactly, and I mean exactly what I needed. For the last 35 years I have been torturing the wrong person. I have been slaughtering myself when what I needed to do was slaughter the pig that lives within me. The author divides the binge eater’s mind into two parts, the thin, healthy self and also the fat, unhealthy self: The Pig. The differentiation is magic… the clear line of demarcation…pure magic. My entire perception has changed with regards to food. You need to read this book, cover to cover, and absorb what is there and do what the author says…”

You can read up the remaining story of Kyle here.

What book was he talking of? It is:

Never Binge Again - How to Stop Overeating and Binge Eating and Stick to the Food Plan of Your Choice. It is written by GLENN LIVINGSTON, PHD.

Get a copy of the book now and get over your overeating today.

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