Newest BLOG IS OUT!!!!! "In Praise of being Lazy"
Make sure to click READ MORE to see the full article. -SG or click BLOG on GREEN menu bar



3 seconds ago
BINGE EATING; THE PRECIPITATION FACTORS: "DIETING -- The single most important precipitating factor in binge eating is a period of dieting. Here, a combination physical and psychological factors may be involved. When your body is in starvation, it will give you strong cravings for food because it is not getting enough nutrition. Psychologically, dieting and preoccupation with food may raise the risk of loss of control. This happens when a minor slip from a person's stringent diet causes them to abandon the diet completely and to overeat instead. STRESS: Some loose control over eating after a period of stress. Many people start bingeing in response to feelings of anger and/or anxiety. Almost any difficulty that causes self-doubt or concern can manifest itself as a feeling of anxiety which a person may then attempt to alleviate with food. SOCIAL PRESSURE: For some people, a social situation or experience can bring on binge eating. A history of being teased about being your body or appearance, or not fitting in, can provoke disturbed eating habits as a way of coping with negative comments. Peer pressure, where friends go on a diet and a person joins in to conform, can also act as a trigger." Taken from the Bodywhys web site. Next: A discussion about Perpetuating Factors

show more ⇓
CKBlossom's picture
Jul 13

Excellent share as always.

NormalFreak101's picture
Jul 13

I've been doing this all my life. I would always starve myself into sanity. Lol and I see that is the beginning of the delusions. Whenever I interact with someone else who is bickering, angry, or hits my vehicle. I understand that they aren't eating enough. I had a guy in my bumper. I didn't get angry. But I told him to pull over and eat something. It was hot and he was delusional because he hit me. Delusional is a funny think. That is why I need to learn how to draw.


Login or Register

You are visiting Support Groups as an anonymous user.

Please consider joining our community and gain access to additional features by

registering or logging into your account