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5/19/14 7:37 P

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I'm confused lol nevermind this forum thing seems too complicated for me right now :P



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5/17/14 9:53 A

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Yes. No need to be confused -- you figured it out. The clues are the topic title and initial post, which are the same as those here.


Edited by: SYLPHINPROGRESS at: 5/17/2014 (09:58)
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5/17/14 5:22 A

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I'm confused now... A link to the 'real' thread would be useful...
Is this the right one?
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5/15/14 5:03 P

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PLEASE DO NOT POST IN THIS DUPLICATE TOPIC
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THIS IS A DUPLICATE OF THE SAME THREAD JUST PRIOR. DO NOT POST HERE. POST THERE -- THAT IS, IN THE ORIGINAL OF THIS DUPLICATE TOPIC. YOU'LL BE HAPPY TO REFER TO ONE THREAD ONLY WITHOUT CHASING AROUND TO KEEP UP WITH ALL PARTICIPANTS IN IT. TRUST ME.
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Edited by: SYLPHINPROGRESS at: 5/15/2014 (17:08)
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5/15/14 3:17 P

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I borrowed from the library The Emotional Eater's Repair Manual by Julie M. Simon, MA, MBA and would love to connect with others who have read or are reading it too! You can find out more about this particular one at http://www.overeatingrecovery.com/book/

To start, I've read the first two skills: establish the habit of self-connection & catch and reframe self-defeating thoughts. I find the examples very helpful. I like where it says "Intellectually you know you have to do this for yourself, but your feeling self isn't happy about it ... Grieving will help you release the pent-up emotion associated with disappointment and loss and prepare you for taking the best care of yourself today." The terms "feeling self" and "grieving" are a little dramatic for me but this resonates - I need to remember that rebellious binge craving comes from the childish side of myself which needs to be taken care of rather than given full reign to get in the way of everything I actually value.

Also, I'd love to join anyone interested in discussing other books like Intuitive Eating or How to Have your Cake and Skinny Jeans Too.



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