Could you be Dealing with a Binge Eating Disorder?
When people think of eating disorders, the conditions of anorexia and bulimia often jump to mind, but there is another condition that is less often spoken about but can be just as debilitating – binge eating disorder.
Someone suffering from binge eating disorder can feel out of control, very ashamed and like there is no help available.However, atLife Resolutions, we offer specialistand non-judgemental support to help get you back on the path to a healthy relationship with food.
Mary Magalotti on Identifying Binge Eating Disorder
Someone is considered to have a binge eating disorderwhen they consume large amounts of food and struggle to control their eating. Overeating is common, especially during special occasions or when the food is particularly tasty, but those struggling with binge eating really cannot stop eating, even once they are uncomfortably full and no longer enjoying the food.
Binge eating is also associated with feelings of distress around food, including an unwillingness to eat around others, feeling shame after a meal, and eating to cope with unpleasant emotions.
While people with binge eating disorder often experience shame around their eating habits and may feel too embarrassed to seek help,Mary Magalotti, Jodie Brenton and the team at Life Resolutionswant you to know that support is out there. We offer specialised support for people experiencing disordered eating in any form.
Seek Support with Life Resolutions
Our team of skilled and compassionate professionals are here to provide you with support via eitherTelehealth servicesor face-to-face consultations. Telehealth counsellingallows our clients to access our services from the comfort of their own home, so contact our friendly team today andbook an appointment.
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If you would like to learn more aboutLife Resolutions or our CEO and Founder, Jodie Brentonand our principal psychologist, Mary Magalotti,you can contact ushere. You can also head to the Life Resolutions website to see more ofJodie Brenton and Mary Magalotti’sLife Resolutions work.