Group Forum: Anayone here???

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Posted: 08 Jan 2012, 14:33
I am new here and felt quite a relief when I saw this group... yet no-one seems to be here?
Would be nice to hear from others about how you manage to diet whilst at such high risk of bingeing.
I am here, if anyone want to joinConfused Confused

Joined: Feb 11
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Posted: 18 Jan 2012, 12:46
See my food for you understand how problematic my eating is.

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Posted: 10 Mar 2012, 21:17
Hi Holsred,
I just joined this group per my fiance's concerns. I have truly felt a revelation over the last 8 months of no binging/purging, its also how long I've lived with him. Its a controlled environment for which I believe is what I needed with having an addictive personality.
As far as dieting, i do and I don't. I am working on my free days of not being hard on myself. My cheats are natural peanut butter and trail mix type items or even some dark chocolate here and there. I'm not sure what yours is, but maybe buying something in small quantities and keeping it at work or in your car or somewhere in your home that you feel comfortable you won't go straight to for those cravings you may be having. Otherwise I eat fairly healthy a salad day with protein for lunch, egg whites/oatmeal with blueberries for breakfast, nuts/protein shakes/yogurt for snacks and dinner lean protein with whatever veggies we feel like. We aren't perfect and life is to short to keep such a controlled behavior going as I've learned this myself anyways.....Also exercise 5x/week, keeping it varied so I don't get bored of it and it can make a good distractor from food or if you are stressed.I hope this helps.

Joined: Aug 11
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Posted: 07 Apr 2012, 15:14
Hi there. You are right, there seems to be no movement to this group. I just posted a New Topic regarding a new group that I've just started - In Case This is Helpful - A New Group for Compulsive Overeaters.

You can find it in Groups and search under Compulsive. I will "buddy" you in case you want an invitation instead.

I would really like to get some support and fellowship regarding this really hard issue.

Thanks. Woox2
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