The Binge Free Blog

Welcome to The Binge Free Blog. Here you will find stories about my experience overcoming binge eating disorder, bulimia, anxiety and depression. Also check out the menu for articles on how to start this binge-free journey. Make peace with food and yourself. If I can do this, you can too!

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…you want to change because you are anxious to be a better person. But this anxiety can blind you to the fact that you already ARE an awesome person. You are already one hundred percent good

…I saw my disordered eating through a different lens. I realized it was a normal response to the signals I give my body via thoughts about food restriction or permission, and that it is related to beliefs I hold about myself and my value. In recognizing this, I am able to stop having pity parties every time I do something I consider ‘bad.’

When I find myself thinking about my thighs, I don’t judge them and I don’t judge myself for thinking about them. I just notice my thoughts, then let them go. No standing in front of the mirror and pinching my thighs from behind to see what they would look like if they were smaller.