Could you be Dealing with a Binge Eating Disorder?
Eating is an important way we connect with one another. In Australia and around the world, food features prominently at many gatherings, whether it be birthday parties, Christmas lunches or work dinners. This is part of the reason eating disorders are so insidious. Binge eating is an eating disorder that can be difficult to spot and can cause the person suffering a great amount of shame.
Here at Life Resolutions, we have a team of experienced and compassionate mental health professionals ready to help clients through any issues they may be facing around eating and food.
Mary Magalotti on Identifying Binge Eating Disorder
An individual suffering frombinge eating disorderwill often find themselves overeating, using food to cope with difficult emotions and dealing with shame around their eating habits.
You might be experiencing binge eating disorder if you feel as though you are eating far more than you should in one sitting, you are not really tasting or enjoying the food you eat, and you feel lots of shame after eating. You may eat when you are feeling sad or stressed, rather than when you are hungry, and you might feel ‘out of control’ around food.
If you are concerned that you do have disordered thought and behaviour patterns around food, it is important to reach out and get help.Mary Magalotti, Jodie Brenton and the psychology team at Life Resolutionsoffer dedicated counselling for people who are struggling with eating disorders of any kind.
Seek Support with Life Resolutions
Eating disorders can cause individuals lots of shame, but remember, it is an illness that can affect anyone. Our team of compassionate mental health professionals are offeringTelehealth servicesalong with face-to-face consultations for both new and existing clients. If you think you would benefit from support to help get you back on the path to a healthy relationship with food,contact our friendly team tobook an appointment.
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