After You’ve Broken the Cycle of Binge Eating

Our relationship with food is profoundly mirrored in our relationship with ourselves. Restoring yourself after years or decades of binge eating and purging, can be no less of a restoration to your relationship with yourself – body and emotions; and especially with that part of you that was the main instigator in beating yourself up. […]

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Mindfulness in the Recovery from Binge Eating

When you’re getting a handle on the first steps of breaking free from bingeing . . . where all physical and mental food restrictions are being changed once and for all.  The reptilian brain will have taken on the bingeing habit as a necessity of survival.  So part of the steps out of bingeing is […]

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Shame and Secrecy. Break Free from the Shame and Secrecy of Bingeing.

The video below is Wanja Michuki’s story on the shame she endured from sexual assault as a child.  And as a result of her experience, she talks insightfully about why it’s so necessary for a child to be able to talk about incomprehensible experiences. The context for this video in relation to binge eating disorders, […]

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Breaking Habits. Avoiding Life . . . Through Food

AVOIDING MY WHOLE LIFE THROUGH FOOD Where to start. What a pattern I’d created of avoiding all my feelings, all my fears . . This morning I did the mindset exercise of practicing BEING where you are as if you have already ACHIEVED that certain goal . . . Imagining what it took to get […]

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Discovering Your Spiritual Mission: Your Life Path and Destiny Numbers

“Is this it? You know, coming home from work, making dinner, and watching some TV? Shouldn’t there be something more?”   A friend of mine recently turned to me for advice, and I could not help but wonder if her questions were a little too personal for me to attempt to answer. It is not […]

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How to Avoid Binge Eating

STARVING AND STUFFING Dieting and restricting on food types and quantities feeds binge eating. Dieting and restricting on food types and quantities feeds binge eating. Restricting on food mentally and physically, feeds obsession with food. And the constant effort to avoid a binge takes up all your concentration. The suppression of appetite and the mental […]

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How To Listen So You Get Heard

Listening is one of the imperatives to amazing relationships; whether with your partner, your children, your parents, your friends, or a complete stranger. We’re not taught this at school, and yet it is the most significant reason why we feel misunderstood, why we misunderstand, and why we start arguing. If we’re not heard, our feelings don’t feel […]

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