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    1. Binge Eating Disorder: How Positive Thinking Helps

      Many people with binge eating disorder feel bad about their overeating and their bodies. Learning how to change these negative thoughts into positive actions is the first step toward getting better.

    2. Binge Eating and Pregnancy

      Binge eating can affect your body and baby during pregnancy. It can also affect your ability to get pregnant. Here’s what moms need to know about bingeing before and during pregnancy.

    3. Binge Eating Disorder: 9 Tips for Caregivers

      You play a big role in helping your loved one recover from binge eating disorder. Here are 9 ways from WebMD to help you be the best caregiver you can be.

    4. Serious Health Problems Caused by Binge Eating

      Binge eating can lead to other health problems, including high blood pressure and diabetes. Here are 4 ways bingeing can affect your overall health and what you can do about them right now.

    5. Binge Eating Disorder: Stages of Recovery

      Recovering from binge eating follows five stages of change. Knowing what they are can help you stay motivated and understand what’s ahead as you get better.

    6. 5 Things to Never Say to Someone Who Binge Eats

      What to say and not say to a person with binge eating disorder.

    7. Why Am I Binge Eating?

      Binge eating is not the same as just overeating. Here are some of the reasons you might have a binge eating episode.

    8. 9 Ways to Manage Binge Eating Disorder During the Holidays

      The holidays don’t have to trigger a binge eating relapse. Here are some simple steps to manage your behavior around food and find support during the festive season.

    9. Anorexia: Learning New Eating Behaviors - Topic Overview

      People who have anorexia often have difficulty at mealtimes. If mealtime is a stressful time for you,try something different. During meals: Try to eat slowly and gradually. Do not allow yourself to get overwhelmed by the idea of eating a meal. Talk with other people about things that interest you. Avoid talking about the food you are eating or thinking about your weight gain worries. ...

    10. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders

      Cognitive - behavioral therapy is an active type of counseling. Sessions usually are held once a week for as long as you need to master new skills. Individual sessions last 1 hour, and group sessions may be longer. During cognitive - behavioral therapy for anorexia, you learn:About your illness, its symptoms, and how to predict when symptoms will most likely recur.To keep a diary of eating episode

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