Beyond Full

By August 20, 2014 Blog

Compulsive overeating is where someone feels compelled to eat when they are not hungry and cannot stop when they have had enough. It affects more people than both anorexia and bulimia and usually begins in late adolescence or early adulthood. According to the sources below… Most, but not all, begin to eat compulsively after a period of dieting Most put others first and attend to the needs of other people and not themselves Most, but not all, have some difficulty knowing or expressing their …Read More


By August 21, 2012 Blog

Early morning is  a good time for binge-eating. Two or three am:  the twilight zone, a hinterland between dream and reality. Bathed in the soft green womb-glow of the fridge, you’re half asleep but alert. Glassy-eyed but purposeful. As you unwrap and swallow, you barely taste the food.  A switch flicks and it’s automatic. Rip, eat. Rip, eat. Rip, eat. Rip, eat. Rip, eat. Comfort eating is something most of us have done at some stage.  But binge-eating is more …Read More