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Understanding Binge Eating Disorder Development for Recovery

Understanding Binge Eating Disorder Development for Recovery

Binge eating disorder development happens so slowly that often times we wonder how exactly our lives got to their current state. I always felt as though my eating disorder appeared out of nowhere, like it just showed up one day without any warning. Truth is that eating disorders are progressive illnesses. They do not just magically appear one day when we wake up. This disease goes through many phases before it takes us over, usually going unnoticed until it is making our lives miserable. If we understand binge eating disorder development in our recovery, we can keep the illness from showing up again.

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Body Dysmorphia in Binge Eating Disorder (BED)

Body Dysmorphia in Binge Eating Disorder (BED)

Body dysmorphia in binge eating disorder is a common eating disorder symptom we must learn to combat. Visit HealthyPlace to gain awareness of body dysmorphia in BED so you can recognize it and fight it. Body dysmorphia and binge eating disorder (BED) often go hand in hand. Body dysmorphia is characterized by having an obsessive preoccupation with one’s appearance as well as being unable to see one’s body the way it is in reality (Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) Signs, Symptoms and Causes). Many times in binge eating disorder, body dysmorphia causes us to see ourselves as much larger than we really are. Finding awareness of these tendencies is a big step toward wellness from binge eating disorder.

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Surrendering to Life In Eating Disorder Recovery

Surrendering to Life In Eating Disorder Recovery

Surrendering to life in eating disorder recovery is the most basic (but perhaps most difficult) path to recovery. Visit HealthyPlace to learn the value of surrendering to life in eating disorder recovery and finally being free of the illness.

Surrendering to life in eating disorder recovery is vitally important. To surrender from your eating disorder means giving up everything related to your illness. It also means fully embracing eating disorder recovery as an idea and a lifestyle.

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I am Thankful for My Struggle with an Eating Disorder

I am Thankful for My Struggle with an Eating Disorder

I am grateful for my struggle with my eating disorder, as crazy as that may sound. Find out why I'm grateful for that struggle at HealthyPlace. Perhaps my story will help you see your eating disorder recovery in a fresh light, too. Take a look now.I am thankful for my struggle with an eating disorder. I’m sure you are filled with judgment and curiosity, wondering how someone could actually be thankful for having been through something as misery-filled as an eating disorder. You may think I am crazy for feeling this way, but I truly have gratitude for everything my eating disorder put me through. I have thanks for my struggle.

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I Binged. Now What Do I Do?

I Binged. Now What Do I Do?

I binged after years in binge eating disorder recovery, but I'm not dwelling in it. Learn what I did after I binged, on HealthyPlace. Stop feeling hopeless and like a failure after your eating disorder relapse. Discover how to bounce back now.

I binged; now what should I do? I recently slipped on my eating disorder recovery and binged. It’s a difficult thing to admit to the world, but I did. It can be extremely hard to bounce back after a binge. It can feel like a total failure and like it’s the end of the world. Guess what, it’s not. Here I share the lessons I’ve learned from my recent binge.

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How Long Does Recovery from Binge Eating Disorder Take?

How Long Does Recovery from Binge Eating Disorder Take?

Recovery from binge eating disorder requires consistent attention and work. Learn why recovery from binge eating disorder is a lifelong commitment here.

I’m in recovery from binge eating disorder and I always find people asking me whether I consider myself “recovered” from my eating disorder. My answer is always no. I will always view myself in the terms of “in recovery” because I believe that the eating disorder healing process is a journey without an endpoint. There are people that do not side with my viewpoint, but this is my belief system: Recovery from binge eating disorder will last my lifetime.

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Find Eating Disorder Support Through Shared Experience

Find Eating Disorder Support Through Shared Experience

Finding eating disorder support during recovery is essential. Learn the benefits of connecting with others in eating disorder recovery and why you should do so.

Eating disorder support keeps you from feeling alone in the world. Connecting with others who are experiencing or have experienced the same things as you is a great way to get through these feelings of loneliness caused by the eating disorder. Learn about how to find eating disorder support.

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Binge Eating Recovery Tip for the New Year: Take Small Steps

Binge Eating Recovery Tip for the New Year: Take Small Steps

Here's a binge eating recovery tip: Small steps every day. Realistic expectations in binge eating disorder recovery sustain a long-lasting recovery. Learn more.Remember this binge eating recovery tip for the new year: Take small steps every day. The dawning of the new year tends to make us feel that once midnight strikes we need to make big changes right away. The issue with this can be that it is all too much, too soon. This is the same when it comes to your binge eating disorder recovery. Small steps every day will help achieve the lasting changes you desire.

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Celebrate Binge Eating Disorder Recovery Over the Holidays

Celebrate Binge Eating Disorder Recovery Over the Holidays

Make time to celebrate your binge eating disorder recovery along with the holidays. You deserve it! Learn more about celebrating your BED recovery here.Have you thought to celebrate your binge eating disorder recovery over the holidays? Often times we become so entrenched with stress during the holidays that we forget to celebrate what’s really important. When we get caught up in the superficial parts of the holiday season, we completely ignore what truly matters to us. Celebrating your binge eating disorder recovery, your body, and your progress is just as important as all the other good stuff this season has to offer.

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Introduction to Brittany Roche, Author of ‘Binge Eating Recovery’

Introduction to Brittany Roche, Author of ‘Binge Eating Recovery’

Brittany Roche struggles with binge eating disorder. She hopes to share her struggles and triumphs with binge eating on "Binge Eating Recovery" blog.My name is Brittany Roche, and I am thrilled to join the HealthyPlace blogging community as an author for Binge Eating Recovery. I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder at 14, and have struggled with anxiety and disordered eating (mostly binge eating disorder) for as long as I can remember. I know all too well binge eating is often a difficult subject to talk about which makes communities such as this so vital and powerful for those of us on the path to binge eating recovery.

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