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Old 07-23-2016, 12:12 PM   #11
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Christina im new to this how r we supposed to talk and discuss our eating disorders
Hi cici: May I suggest you might consider sending Christina a Personal Message to inquire with regard to this?
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Hi Christina!

Thank you for putting this community together. Its helpful to know other people are going through the same things I am!
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Isnít the key to eating issues about keeping things in yr life balanced?
The times I have my wt under control are when my life works. I have a job that fits, a good friend, enjoyable leisure time, a pet to nurture, and minimal toxic influences. ESP w bipolar mixed w rapid cycling and gad, maintaining balance is vital and I really work at it.
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Thank you Christine for the information and understanding of triggers...it makes perfect sense. Im new to psych central and I'm hoping I can benefit from this group. Thank you! Beth
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I hope this site helps you
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Hi everyone

Iíve just joined. Like the name raging vortex - sums up how I feel when Iím binge eating.
Iíve been bingeing on and off over the last 40 years. Youíd think by now Iíd have sorted it out. Anyway, binge eating the last three years due to stress and after pigging our yesterday I looked to see if there was an online support forum. And here I am. Iíve been listening to hypnosis at night for help but itís not working. I guess overeating and binge eating have different backgrounds. Does anyone have any tips on how to deal with bingeing? When you have your mind set on pigging out it is very hard to change your mindset. I always think right Iíll stuff my face tonight and tomorrow Iíll be good. Next day I feel sick and bloated and only thing that helps is eating again.
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Thanks for the welcome and I hope this site helps me to find out why I overeat and binge. If I know why I do it then I can find a way to stop it. My mother and brother both passed away from complications associated with obesity so I want to find out how to end the cycle of obesity and early death in the family. Before coming to the site I hadn't thought to get therapy for obesity...I have major depression and see the psychiatrist regularly but my weight was not mentioned in all these years they took my weight every office visit but still didn't discuss anything about my weight. I brought up the fact the meds are causing me to gain more weight and all the doctor did was agree the meds will do that. I'm at my wit's end because I prefer to be as close to my idea of perfect as can be not fat. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks again.
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