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Author: Shelley Treacher Overeating, Anxiety, & Loneliness

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Support for people who feel frustrated about binge-eating or overeating. In these podcasts, you will find help with understanding and overcoming comfort eating, emotional eating, stress eating, food addiction, compulsive eating, and also the feelings that underlie these habits, like shame, worry, and loneliness.
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Today I talk about the fear of rejection. I also start to talk about codependency and addiction to people/ love. Any of these experiences may lead to comfort eating, or other addiction. Here, you'll find compassion and ways to cope with the gut punch feeling of fear of not being liked.Do you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list hereIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupHere's another podcast you might like:https://www.buzzsprout.com/1397278/9121419-crack-your-history-code-how-your-relationship-history-affects-your-comfort-eating.mp3?download=trueIf you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
Today’s podcast is about undoing the lack of confidence learned from your early relationships.The first thing to wrap your head around is understanding that the discomfort you feel in the present (that makes you want to comfort eat) may relate to something relational from your past. This may be why your discomfort is so intolerable, or so difficult to manage. Here, I’ll show you how you can start to heal.Do you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list hereIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupHere's another podcast you might like: 'The Secrets to Breaking Habits - How to break the powerful habit of comfort eating' If you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!CitationsSome ideas here were inspired by a Nicabm training on working with relational history. You can buy your full training programme herehttps://www.nicabm.com/program/attachment/
Today I start to talk about your history in relationship, and how this might have caused you to comfort eat in the first place.Do you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list hereIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook group If you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on  Apple Podcasts! Thank you! You may also find this podcast, on anger, interesting: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1397278/episodes/8345356CitationsAttached - Amir Levine & Rachel S F HellerSome ideas here were inspired by a Nicabm training on working with relational history. You can buy your full training programme here
This is day seventeen and day twenty-six of my ‘no sugar month’. Here, I talk about how I cope when the novelty of creating a new habit, wears off.  I also talk about navigating a major emotional trigger, and I report on the physical benefits of my detox. This is the last part in a four-part series of episodes about how I manage the emotional side of giving up comfort food. You will find several tips and techniques here, as well as a real-life account of how to put them into practice.Do you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list hereIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupYou may also find this podcast interesting: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1397278/episodes/8345356 If you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Thank you! 
This is day eight and day twelve of my ‘no sugar month’. Here, I dive into how to manage the emotions behind comfort eating, more. I talk about ways to manage pain, tiredness and feeling unhappy, about creating a new habit, and making a big deal out of treating yourself with care, as you detox.This is the third part in a series of episodes about how I manage the emotional side of giving up comfort food. You will find several tips and techniques here, as well as a real life account of how to put them into practice.Do you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list hereIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupYou may also find this podcast interesting: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1397278/episodes/8671441Podcast mixed by Pixelkisser ProductionIf you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Thank you! 
This is Day four and five of my ‘no sugar month’. Here, I talk about stopping drinking alcohol, managing stress, tiredness, grumpiness, and that strong voice that says sugar will help me!This is the second part in a series of episodes about how I manage the emotional side of giving up comfort food. You will find several tips and techniques here, as well as a real life account of how to put them into practice.Do you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list hereIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupHere's another podcast you might like: 'The Secrets to Breaking Habits - How to break the powerful habit of comfort eating' If you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
Today's podcast charts the beginning of my journey through taking refined sugar out of my diet for a month. Here, I talk about at least 12 techniques I use to overcome the desire to eat comfort food. These are some skills you can learn to understand and overcome the emotional side of comfort eating. Here I show you how I do it, in real-time, through what works for me.Do you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list hereIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupHere's another podcast you might like: 'The Secrets to Breaking Habits - How to break the powerful habit of comfort eating'If you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
“You can easily change this habit; you just need to spend some time experimenting with other routines to see what can deliver something similar to that old reward" - Charles DuhiggComfort eating is a powerful habit. Habits may be defined as actions you take on a regular basis without thinking about it. So, here I explore the latest tips and tricks to breaking a habit:Do you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list hereIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupIf you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!CitationsCharles Duhigg - The Power of HabitJeremy Dean - Making Habits, Breaking HabitsGretchen Rubin - Better Than Before
“An average human looks without seeing, listens without hearing, touches without feeling, eats without tasting, moves without physical awareness, inhales without awareness of odour or fragrance, and talks without thinking.”  - Leonardo daVinci Mindful Eating is one technique that might help you to cut back on comfort food. Mindful eating is the practice of mindfulness around food, and may lead to a greater appreciation of life.Do you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list hereIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupHere's another podcast you might like: 'The Secrets to Breaking Habits - How to break the powerful habit of comfort eating'If you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
 "Love makes your soul crawl out from its hiding place"Zora Neale HurstonThis week, I talk about how you can address low self-worth on a deeper level. It’s often the case that when we start talking about how bad we feel about ourselves, that sooner or later, we're going to remember that this started a long time ago. Here, I will show you how to start to address this underlying reason for binge and emotional eating, with compassion.Do you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list hereIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupYou might also be interested in this podcast:Binge-Eating and the Self-CriticIf you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!CitationsZora Neale HurstonImagine Ideal Parents - Dr. Daniel P Brown: https://youtu.be/z2au4jtL0O4Some ideas here were inspired by a Nicabm training on working with self-worth. You can buy your full training programme here
How you feel, and what you believe about yourself is such an important subject. Because, it’s how you feel about yourself that determines whether you treat yourself well, or give up on yourself. Overeating is often caused by feelings of frustration with yourself, and the belief that you are unloveable or unworthy. So, it can help tremendously, to learn to change these core beliefs.Here, I take you through some practical steps to change a low self-worth mindset, and the beliefs that you don't matter, or don't belong.CitationsSome ideas here were inspired by a Nicabm training on working with self-worth. You can buy your full training programme hereDo you have a question or comment? Let me knowWant to go further?Join my mailing list hereIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupHere's another podcast you might like: 'The Secrets to Breaking Habits - How to break the powerful habit of comfort eating' If you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
“I'm stupid,” “Nobody cares about me,” or “I'm bad at this” We have thoughts like these every day.Self-worth is the most common thing talked about in therapy. We all grapple with it.Often, what you’re dealing with here is the core belief that “I'm not good enough” or “I don’t belong.”  We all have these beliefs and thoughts. There are lots of reasons for this. So, here  I'll introduce you to what self-worth is, and how a lack of self-worth occurs. Understanding this is such an important part of recovery from comfort eating or depression.Do you have a comment or a question? Send me a quick voicemail or mail a message (confidential)For more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.uk Blog: free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Comfort Eating Support Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/comforteatingrecoveryLove and Relationship Support Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/relationshiploverecoveryYou might also be interested in this podcast:Binge-Eating and the Self-CriticCitationsSome ideas here were inspired by a Nicabm training on working with anxiety. You can buy your full training programme hereIf you like this podcast, please leave a review, or share it. Thank you!
This podcast is all about helping you to recognise, understand, manage and overcome emotional eating. So, today, it's time to brush up on exactly what I'm getting at here.  Here, I explain what emotional eating is, and what it really takes to stop.Do you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list hereIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupHere's another podcast you might like: 'The Secrets to Breaking Habits - How to break the powerful habit of comfort eating' If you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
Today’s podcast follows on from last week’s podcast about embodiment. Today, I lead you through an embodiment experience. The point of becoming more embodied is to notice how and when we cheat ourselves of being kind to ourselves.Areas of our body and brain work together to decide how to respond to any situation. Most of this happens unconsciously, especially with comfort eating. Embodiment will help you get to know your system from the inside, so that you can have some conscious control over that.CitationsSarah H. Leibowitz, Ph.D.http://www.foodaddictionsummit.org/presenters-leibowitz.htmhttps://www.rockefeller.edu/events-and-lectures/calendar/Here’s a place to start with the science:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31561741/Emotion map of the body research resultshttps://greatist.com/connect/emotional-body-maps-infographic#infographicDo you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list hereIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupHere's another podcast you might like: 'The Secrets to Breaking Habits - How to break the powerful habit of comfort eating' If you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
Bessel van der Kolk said, “You can be fully in charge of your life, only if you can acknowledge the reality of your body, in all its visceral dimensions” - The Body Keeps The ScoreHere, I introduce you to how to quit emotional eating, by becoming more aware of your internal body experience.Citations:Bessel van der Kolk 'The Body Keeps The Score'Maci Daye - 'Passion and Presence' Do you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list hereIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupHere's another podcast you might like: 'The Secrets to Breaking Habits - How to break the powerful habit of comfort eating' If you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
'Self-regulation' is all about the ability to manage how you feel with a toolbox of skills. Luckily, this can be learned. This podcast begins with a Q & A section (questions provided by you). Then, I’ll share with you eight techniques that you can use to regulate emotion. Do you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list hereIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupHere's another podcast you might like: 'The Secrets to Breaking Habits - How to break the powerful habit of comfort eating' If you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
The kind of relationship you have with yourself determines whether you give up binge-eating. Because, the habit is really all about how you treat yourself.What is self-compassion? To be able to answer this question, I believe we need to explore your relationship with yourself. We need to look at what compassion is not, first.This podcast begins with a Q & A section (questions provided by you). Then, I’ll share with you:Why your relationship with yourself matters with quitting binge-eating.What self-compassion is not, and how it affects comfort eating What self-compassion is and what to be kinder to yourself about. Listen to my podcast, to find out more.Citations & Further resources:Therapycat 30-second video on self-esteemTherapycat video on self-criticism on feeling nervous about coming out of lockdown.Kristin Neff and Tara Brach are quoted in this podcast.Do you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list herIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupYou might also be interested in this podcast:Binge-Eating and the Self-CriticIf you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
We all worry, especially now. Some worry is necessary for addressing what matters to us. Like anger, worry helps us to avert danger or discomfort. But, like anger, we aren't usually taught how to cope with worry.  So, worry can be another major reason why you might overeat or binge-eat.The overeater's main worry is often about how you look. Learn to replace fear and avoidance with curiosity and compassion. This podcast begins with a Q & A section (questions provided by you). Then, I’ll share with you:What anxiety or worry is.Ten different ways to deal with worry or anxiety. Listen to my podcast, to find out more.Citations & Further resources:Therapycat 30-second video on coping with anxiety or nighttime worry.Therapycat video on feeling nervous about coming out of lockdown.Therapycat video on worries about what others think of you.Some ideas here were inspired by a Nicabm training on working with anxiety. You can buy your full training programme hereDo you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list herIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupYou might also be interested in this podcast:Binge-Eating and the Self-CriticIf you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
Anger is often a reason why people overeat. For the binge-eater, anger can be turned inward as self-hatred and punishment.This podcast begins with a Q & A section (questions provided by you). Then, I’ll share with you:What anger is.How anger relates to childhood or experiences from the past.Ten different ways to deal with anger.Anger is a sign that something isn't right, so it has an essential message for us that we need to pay attention to. Listen to my podcast, to find out more.Citations:Click here for the Pema Chodron quote.Some ideas here were inspired by a Nicabm training on working with anger. You can buy your full training programme hereDo you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list herIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupYou might also be interested in this podcast:Binge-Eating and the Self-CriticIf you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
Shame and Binge-Eating

Shame and Binge-Eating

2021-03-1124:44

Shame is a frequent, intense and uncomfortable experience for the overeater.In this podcast, I’ll share with you:What shame or embarrassment are for the overeater, and what’s behind it.How shame and embarrassment play out for the binge-eater.How to start to deal with it.Shame is a mark of our devotion, rather than evidence of our deficiency.Some ideas here were inspired by a Nicabm training on working with shame. You can buy your full training programme hereDo you have a question or comment? Let me know!Want to go further?Join my mailing list herIf you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.Talk with people who understand andmake giant steps toward healing'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).You can see all the details of the programme here:https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.htmlFor more support:Contact: shelley_treacher@hotmail.comInfo: www.bristolcounselling.co.ukBlog:  Free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook groupClick here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook groupYou might also be interested in this podcast:Binge-Eating and the Self-CriticIf you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
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