Author: Director of the Center for Asian Studies and Professor Department of Asian Studies Kathryn HansenPublish On: 2016-01-07
"This book is a much-requested follow-up to Brain over Binge (2011), in which the author shared how she used a basic understanding of neuroscientific principles to overcome bulimia.
Author: Director of the Center for Asian Studies and Professor Department of Asian Studies Kathryn Hansen
This book is a much-requested follow-up to Brain over Binge (2011), in which the author shared how she used a basic understanding of neuroscientific principles to overcome bulimia. In this sequel and companion volume, with the help of fellow specialists and authors Amy Johnson, Ph.D., Katherine Thomson, Ph.D., and others, Kathryn Hansen lays out those same principles--and many more--in a self-help format that educates and empowers binge eaters to pursue recovery efficiently and effectively. Although recovery is not the same for everyone, this book posits that there are only two essential goals that must be met to end bulimia and binge eating disorder: (1) learning to dismiss urges to binge and (2) learning to eat adequately. As you work toward these goals with a streamlined focus, you will discover your own strength, develop your own insights, and put into practice ideas and behaviors that work uniquely and authentically for you. The Brain over Binge Recovery Guide is comprehensive in its length and scope, but utterly simple in its approach: You will read and use only what you need--continuing on in the book if you feel you need more information and guidance; putting it down and moving on with your life when you feel you're ready--so that you can start living binge-free as quickly and easily as possible.
The second edition is fully revised and updated with new information, compelling insights, and uplifting success stories that will inspire readers to break free from their own self-defeating behaviors.Brain over Binge is both a memoir and a ...
Author: Kathryn Hansen
Publisher: Camellia Publishing, LCC
After completely and independently conquering a debilitating eating disorder, Kathryn Hansen wrote Brain over Binge to share her struggle-and her escape from it-with those still trapped in the compulsive binge-purge cycle. Since the book's initial release in 2011, it has endured as an essential road map for using the power of the brain to erase harmful habits and create lasting change. The second edition is fully revised and updated with new information, compelling insights, and uplifting success stories that will inspire readers to break free from their own self-defeating behaviors.Brain over Binge is both a memoir and a scientific account, providing a gripping personal narrative and a research-based perspective on bulimia and binge eating disorder. Kathryn traces the course of her own condition and then describes in detail her unconventional approach to recovery. In the process, she offers a much-needed alternative viewpoint on the landscape of eating disorder literature to help others in the throes of any form of out-of-control eating.The mainstream view of bulimia holds that it's a complex disorder that manifests as a means of coping with deep underlying emotional and psychological problems. But the author resolutely departs from this philosophy, cuts through the confusion she experienced in traditional therapy, and simplifies both the origins of binge eating and its cure. As Kathryn explains the brain-based principles that led to her recovery from relentless bingeing and purging, Brain over Binge sheds current and crucial light on our human potential to overcome destructive patterns and reclaim our lives.
Author: Durgadas Allon DurielPublish On: 2022-09-08
The Brain Over Binge Recovery Guide. Columbus, GA: Camellia Publishing, 2016. Hay, Louise L. You Can Heal Your Life. Carlsbad, CA: Hay House, 1984. ———. The Power Is Within You. Carlsbad, CA: Hay House, 1991.
Author: Durgadas Allon Duriel
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Connect with Spirit, Tend Your Inner Garden, and Plant Seeds for a Better Life You are worthy as you are, right now. This book proves it, taking you on a journey of compassion, authenticity, and spiritual connectedness. Durgadas Allon Duriel shares empowering tools and exercises, uniting cognitive behavioral therapy with spiritual practices to help you remove harmful self-talk and cultivate good habits. Learn how to healthfully process difficult emotions and experiences around shame, chronic illness, anxiety, self-sabotage, aging, and more. Guiding you through nine important realms of life, including body image, relationships, self-love, sexuality, and career, Durgadas leads you toward greater freedom within yourself. You'll also discover techniques for self-care and compassionate thinking, such as affirmations, meditation, and journaling, while learning how to avoid spiritual bypassing. With this book, you can shift your everyday thoughts from negative to nourishing and embrace your authentic self.
Denver, CO: Graham Publishing Group. Hall, Lindsey & Cohn, Leigh (2011) Bulimia: A Guide to Recovery, 25th Anniversary Edition. Carlsbad, CA: Gürze Books. Hansen, Kathryn (2011) Brain Over Binge. Columbus, GA: Camellia Publishing.
Author: Ulrike Schmidt
Getting Better Bite by Bite is an essential, authoritative and evidence-based self-help programmethat has been used by bulimia sufferersfor over 20 years. This new edition maintains the essence of the original book, while updating its content for today's readers, drawing on the latest knowledge of the biology and psychology of bulimia and its treatment. The book provides step-by-step guidance for change based on solid research. The use of everyday language, stimulating contemporary case study story-telling and evocative illustrations in Bite by Bite provide encouragement, hope and new perspectives for all readers. This handy-sized book fills a need for easy-to-understand information about Bulimia Nervosa, a serious and prevalent eating disorder. Ulrike Schmidt and Janet Treasure are world-renowned researchers and authorities on eating disorders, and June Alexander, a former sufferer of anorexia and bulimia, is a respected writer and internationally-known eating disorder awareness advocate. Getting Better Bite by Bite is a valuable resource - for sufferers, for their families, and for the health professionals and carers treating them.
The urge to binge on food isn't going to disappear over night. Chances are you will experience urges to binge on food for at least a few months into your recovery. These binge urges are inevitable. You won't have any control over when ...
Author: Richard Kerr
Publisher: Mind Free
"I am truly extraordinarily impressed with the Bulimia Help Method. It is really impressive and very approachable" - Susan Paxton, Past President of the Academy for Eating Disorders & Professor at La Trobe University "There is much helpful, practical, and inspirational advice in this program, which is all backed by thorough research and the experience of thousands of recovered bulimics." - Kathryn Hansen, Author of Brain over Binge The Bulimia Help Method introduces readers into a five-step process that teach those seeking recovery how to stop bingeing, relearn normal eating and overcome bulimia for life. Inside you will find: - A unique step-by-step treatment plan for overcoming bulimia nervosa - A new empowering perspective on why you binge and how to remove the urge - Effective strategies for dealing with relapses - Comprehensive guidance for creating a meal plan - How to ensure you stay recovered and at your healthy ideal weight for life - How to remove food obsession and anxious emotions - How to rebuild a healthy relationship with food so that food becomes just food - How to let go of food rules, restriction and fears Actual Reader Feedback: “The Bulimia Help Method has saved my life. I don’t say that lightly. I have been bulimic for 10 years and I have been full of despair. I thought I would never recover and this sad sham of a life was what mine would be. I have been to doctors, therapy, and read every self-help book; this was the first time anything worked. I finally have hope again!!!” - Nadine “I am in a position to "graduate" from your recovery program. After over 45 years of disordered eating this is quite incredible! I would like to express my profound gratitude to you for compiling a system that works. Once more I have a potential to live life, be happy, healthy and help others along the way.” - Pat Mary “I had bulimia for 13 years when I came across this program. I am not sure what compelled me to purchase because I secretly believed that there was nothing that could help me, but now almost 6 months later I am no my way to being free of bulimia forever” - Sarra
Bad News: If you feel like you might be suffering from emotional eating, this book will help you confirm those thoughts.
Author: Mary Knox
Publisher: Charlie Creative Lab
Bad News: If you feel like you might be suffering from emotional eating, this book will help you confirm those thoughts. BUT... GOOD NEWS is that if you are an emotional eater and you are wondering what you can do about it, this book will give you a step-by-step guide on how to begin your journey to recovery. Included is not only this step-by-step guide, but a wealth of information to help you understand exactly why you crave the foods that you do and how the chemicals contained in the food are acting on your brain to keep you addicted and craving them day after day. This book not only gives you this information and the information you will need to know that you need to make a change, but it is also chock-full of solutions for you to make lasting change. This book involves lots of self-reflection, and it requires effort, but you will get out what you put into it. When you put in effort and do the work this requires in terms of self-reflecting and going within to discover the answers that only you can discover, you will finish Emotional Eating having learned so much about yourself, about what makes you do the things you do, and about what you wish to change and how to change it. This book is an invaluable source for those who want to make a change in their relationship with food, but they don't know how to do it or where to start. Many of us have a rocky relationship with food that we may have learned as children, but we do not recognize usually. Emotional Eating will help you recognize this. Treating a problem always begins with identifying the problem. Emotional Eating will help you to identify the problem. There are few books out there with an interactive guide to identifying the problem and then beginning to remedy it interactively. Emotional Eating contains both in one without you ever needing to step into the office of a therapist or a psychologist. Everything you need is already within you, and Emotional Eating helps you to find these things for yourself. This book will allow you to have lasting results because you will know how to go within and see what you are looking for if you ever need to later in your life. Inside Emotional Eating, you will discover: ● If you suffer from emotional eating by learning what makes an emotional eater ● The difference between actual hunger and emotional hunger ● What makes you crave those unhealthy snack foods and how it affects your brain to improve your mood temporarily ● Struggling with what snacks are healthy when you need a quick bite? Includes options for substituting your favorite snack foods with healthier options ● A workbook for you to figure out exactly what type of eater you are and what is causing it, as well as to journal your thoughts and feelings about it all ● A meal plan with healthy and tasty options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner ● A guide to how exercise will help you to change and sample exercises to start with Start taking care of yourself. Make the first step. Read this book. Scroll up to the top of the page and click "Buy now" button.
... Donors, Surrogates 184 mommy blogs 54 mommy brain 111 Mommy Wars 146 money issues, in SAHMs 155–156 mood changes, ... 164 in middle age 165 through binge eating 44 through disordered eating 42–43 via maladaptive behaviors 128 Moore, ...
Author: Linda Shanti McCabe
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
The upheaval of pregnancy and new motherhood can often trigger a relapse for women recovering from eating disorders, or contribute to their development. This book supports pregnant women and new mothers struggling with changing body image, eating disorders, postpartum depression or perinatal anxiety. Many of the emotional challenges of recovering from an eating disorder - isolation, perfectionism and identity issues - are compounded during pregnancy or early motherhood, when women also have to tackle hormone fluctuations, food cravings and perceived pressures to lose baby weight. The author combines friendly, non-judgmental advice and professional expertise with candid personal experience. She offers recovery tools, support strategies and realistic advice on how to make time for self-care while navigating the chaos of sleep deprivation and feeding schedules. Most importantly, this book will help women let go of social and self-imposed pressures, and embrace being good enough during the massive learning curve of new motherhood.
A Comprehensive Guide to the New Hope Model for the Elimination of Binge Eating and Food Cravings James Greenblatt, Virginia Ross-Taylor. In the book Brain over Binge, the author Kathryn Hansen documents her own success in getting off ...
Author: James Greenblatt
Category: Health & Fitness
Every year millions of Americans struggle to lose weight, financing a huge dieting industry that earns fifty-five billion dollars annually. Despite their efforts, two-thirds of American adults remain either obese or overweight. It’s clear that dieting doesn’t work, and failed attempts to lose weight only make the situation worse by encouraging disordered eating behavior. In Integrative Medicine for Binge Eating, respected psychiatrist and eating disorder expert Dr. James M. Greenblatt explains how appetite is controlled by the brain’s neurochemical systems. The book’s inspiring New Hope model combines the best in traditional and complementary approaches for recovery from Binge Eating Disorder and food addiction. Unlike dieting, which provides only a temporary fix, this book offers a permanent solution based on scientific research to help you reclaim a healthy relationship with food and end the vicious cycle of food addiction. The book delivers: ■ Insight into genetics and eating disorders ■ How laboratory evaluations can point the way to individualized support ■ The role of vitamins and minerals in controlling Binge Eating Disorder ■ The role of medications in controlling Binge Eating Disorder
Example: Dan wanted to stop binge eating. He listed over two dozen reasons why he couldn't stop. When he brainstormed solutions, he decided to ask his sister to come grocery shopping with him so that he wouldn't buy tubs of ice cream.
Author: Nicola Davies
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
This empathetic handbook has been created for people affected by any form of disordered eating. Thoughtfully compiled by experienced authors, it will be a comprehensive guide through every stage of your recovery, from recognising and understanding your disorder and learning fully about treatment, to self-help tools and practical advice for maintaining recovery and looking to the future. Each chapter includes suggested objectives, tasks and reflections which are designed to help you think about, engage with, and express your thoughts, feelings and behaviours. It will encourage you to process the discoveries you make about yourself for positive and long-lasting change. Encouraging quotes are included throughout from people who have walked this path and found the help they needed to overcome their own disordered eating. You are not alone on this journey.
... reclaiming movement (Intuitive Eating and Movement) 214415 recovery from BED 93, 94 regular meal patterns 748, 9, ... 85 restaurant meals 7 restraint model of binge eating 138, 138 Restraint Theory 47 reward system of the brain 32 ...
Author: June Alexander
A Clinician's Guide to Binge Eating Disorder educates the reader about its triggers and behaviours - and describes steps to treat it and resume a full and productive life.