I have a serious problem.

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  1. enterthemadness The Triumvirate

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    I binge eat sometimes when I get depressed or stressed out. And it's mainly sweets and crap like that. :csad: and it seems to be every week or few week(s).

    I just felt like I needed to get that out in the open.
     
  2. Abaddon Watching

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    I'm so sorry.:csad:
     
  3. The Apatow Crew Registered

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    Its okay i do that sometimes also.

    I get depressed and get a big bag of pics or something and a 2 liter of soda.
     
  4. The Original Bamfer Big, Bald and Beautiful

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    Pics? Like, of Jessica Alba? :huh:
     
  5. The-Dark-Knight Registered

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    What do you weigh. (in stone im british)
     
  6. Scarlet spidey Old school

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    Eat bananas. They speed your metabolism up.
     
  7. enterthemadness The Triumvirate

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    It's my own damn fault...I've told myself everytime I do it I won't do it again...

    Ummm...120 or 121. I push carts for a living so I get the exercise. Problem is that type 2 diabetes runs in the family. I know of one person who was skinny like me...she was 25 and got type 2 I believe. I'm only 20...I wouldn't be surprised if I either had clog arterers(sp?) in the chest or diabetes. I felt a bit dizzy at work today when I got there and the chest was hurting a bit as well.
     
  8. black_dust FrEaK-A-ZoId!!!

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    After you've done it just shove your fingers down your throat :up: problem solved
     
  9. enterthemadness The Triumvirate

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    I eat 1-2 a day already. But I'm not hungry when binge eating. I used to do it because the crap tasted so sweet and good...now it's the stress out and depression. I don't know how long I can keep doing this without gaining weight and not having any major health problems. I fear it be more sooner than later before something bad happens to me with the out of control binge eating.
     
  10. Matrixo Registered

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    When you binge, try eating healthy stuff, or sub Regular Chips with SunChips...Because sunchips are the bombz. :cwink:
     
  11. Scarlet spidey Old school

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    Well, I guess one solution would be to not have the sweets in your house at all. If you can't do that, maybe whenever you get the urge to binge call a friend over to hang out, you probably wouldn't binge in front of them, right? If you can't do that, maybe just leave the house and find something to do around town?
    *shrugs*
     
  12. enterthemadness The Triumvirate

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    Yeah, and then I may get addicted to that and become a...bulimic.

    Well, I'm a guy but the parts in bold describe me. After I binged earlier tonight, I cried, then ate some more sweets. :csad:
     
  13. Abaddon Watching

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    when did you start this?
     
  14. vibeke_T Registered

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    i understand your pain,
     
  15. Super Kal Proud Conservative

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    binjge eating is never a good way to get rid of depression... I highly recommend you find something else instead of binge eating
     
  16. enterthemadness The Triumvirate

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    This year or last year. Sometimes or it was at one point because the food tasted so good. Like at a breakfast buffet. I've overeaten (4 plates) the two times we (family) have gone to one. Course, I wouldn't eat again until I was hungry for dinner, or I ate too much for dinner due to stress.

    A good example is when I took my mom and niece out to Golden Corral one time. Promised myself I wouldn't eat any dessert. Started out great with a plate or two of salad (this was a while ago, can't remember) then I went to the cookies. Went home...ate some more. I wasn't hungry at all when I got home.
     
  17. Abaddon Watching

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    well, like someone said, if you're gonna binge, binge on healthy stuff.
     
  18. enterthemadness The Triumvirate

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    It's also stress, too, but you are right. I sometimes chew sugar free gum when stressed out at work and home, but not always.
     
  19. X-Gal123 Registered

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    Instead of eating, try to exersise. I know that it sounds really lame, and something you don't want to do, but it helps. Working out releases endorphins(sp) or something like that, to give you a mood lift. It will also make you less hungry. So it will be a better solution, than binge eating.
     
  20. enterthemadness The Triumvirate

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    I get cardio pushing carts for a living...and I work out with weights at least once a week.
     
  21. AndThePickles Kiss the girl

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    This is definitely a serious problem, you're right. And honestly, if you can't bring yourself to get rid of the food, you should probably seek therapy before it becomes an even bigger problem. Binge eating out of depression is how many people's obesity or eating disorder problems begin.
     
  22. DV8 Band Loser

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    you should try to work out your depression in a constructive manner . . . say exercise or rubbing it out :up:
     
  23. Super Kal Proud Conservative

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    I would suggest just loking for other interests... 3 years ago when I was binge eating, I was able to put it behind me with music, movies, and photoshop.


    and exercise REALLY does help :up:
     
  24. AndThePickles Kiss the girl

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    Well, there is the risk of him becoming addicted to *********ion though. Probably not the best idea lol.
     
  25. Badger Side-Kick my Ass!

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    You're missing the point, do this on top of that as a replacement. Because this will turn into drinking or something worse, possibly, if it goes unchecked. Trust me. I bought a heavy bag and simple set of weights, to focus my stress and anger at.
     

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