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Welcome to Binge Eating Disorder

Thank you for visiting my site - I hope you find it very useful.

The purpose of my work and this site is to help people who suffer from Binge Eating Disorder (BED) to become aware of their condition and to help them break free from the cycle.

For many years I struggled with BED unaware I had an eating disorder just a strong belief that I was a failure and had no willpower because I couldn't lose weight. My eating was out of control and I experienced all the negative feelings that come with this condition, low esteem, self disgust, depression, guilt, shame. With the right help from Life Works Community Residential Treatment Centre I managed to break free from the binge eating cycle and I am finally happy with my weight, have control over food and diet and have a fine and healthy self esteem. My recovery had such an impact on me that I decided to become a Weight Practitioner and I hope that my experiences will in turn enable me to help you overcome BED.

I also offer help, mentoring and support to people who are clinically obese to help them lose excess weight and maintain a healthy stable weight. The treatment is almost identical to binge eating disorder (although not all obese people suffer from BED) and the treatment is very similar.

 
 


 
   
 
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This site is aimed to offer support, mentoring, help and therapy for people who have reason to believe they are obese or clinically obese, and who have problems with emotional eating, comfort eating, or are a comfort eater. We can provide counselling and advice for those with depression because of this, who perhaps consider themselves to be out of control, who perhaps engage in secretive behaviour about which they feel shame, intense feelings of guilt. BED can be dealt with through food and diet, weight control programmes and excercise. This site is aimed to offer support, help, mentoring and therapy for people who have reason to believe they are obese, clinically obese, and who have problems with emotional eating, comfort eating, or are a comfort eater. We can provide counselling and advice for those with depression because of this, who perhaps consider themselves to be out of control, engage in secretive behaviour about which they feel shame and feelings of guilt. BED can be dealt with through weight control programmes and excercise.