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Joanna offers personalized eating disorder recovery therapy for women.  She created this site. Joanna is a Los Angeles psychotherapist, speaker and author of Healing Your Hungry Heart.  She specializes in eating disorder recovery for adult women and building a fulfilling life beyond recovery.

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Diane Keaton Suffered from Bulimia

When I saw the headline, My secret battle with bulimia, by Diane Keaton I felt pangs of sorrow and tender connection with Diane.

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Watching Brutal Videos and Films

If you have an eating disorder, if you suffer from anorexia or bulimia, if you have a history of abuse, please be careful about exposing yourself to brutality. Be aware of the danger for you, in life certainly, and in videos, photos and films of brutal actions.

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Remove the Binge and Add the Fun to Halloween

jack_olanters Here comes Halloween and the push to frolic in a candy binge that can lead to headaches, upset tummies, weight gain, irritability and hyperactivity followed by an emotional crash. Beware means be aware so you can care of yourself and the people you care about.  Here are some suggestions. These are useful for us all.  However, if you are a binge eater you may find these suggestions help you to enjoy a holiday that may otherwise cause you some eating disorder recovery anxiety.

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Big Portions for Big Status: effect on binge eating and obesity

I just read a Stone Hearth article, "People eat too much because they feel powerless."

My immediate response was that old dazzling glimpse of the obvious not attended to.

"Of course," I thought, "And the good news is that we know something about operant conditioning.  In this situation we can look for ways to psychologically de-conditioning ourselves, e.g. cause our conditioned response to become extinct.  Keep in mind that the "big" consumption results in the positive consequence "power and high status." That connection can be broken. 

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