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If You Are Tired Of Living A “Secret Life” That Revolves Around Food, Then…
From: Kristin Gerstley
Emotional eating. Compulsive eating. Binge eating. Call it what you want, but I called it my deepest, darkest secret that I never told anyone about…
Does any of this sound familiar to you?
As soon as the clock struck noon, I was already out the door and headed to my car. It had been another bad day at work and I struggled to fight back the tears as I started my car.
I pulled out of the parking garage and headed towards the only place I knew that would ease my pain: a fast food place.
I pulled up to the drive-thru and placed my order holding a piece of paper in my hands, just in case there was anyone watching. I mean, after all, I wouldn’t want anyone to think that I was ordering all of this food for just myself.
After I placed my order, I drove up to the window to pay. As the woman handed me the bags, I pretended to check off the items on the fake list I had created just moments before.
After I paid, I drove to the far end of the parking lot where no other cars parked, and I began to eat. And eat. And eat.
Before I realized it, I had consumed all four meals.
I used to be someone that knew all of the empty and secluded parking lots to sit and eat so that no one could see how much food I was actually consuming.
I used to be someone that ordered many different things from different fast food places, while pretending to be on my cell phone placing orders for other people, besides myself.
I used to be someone that threw away the evidence (food wrappers) in different locations so that no one would find out.
I used to be someone that made myself feel better by eating.
I used to be someone that celebrated happiness by eating, but I also ate any time that I felt bad or when something went wrong.
I used to be someone that hated myself for my behavior, but I didn’t know how to stop and control it.
I used to be someone that thought something was wrong with me and that I was the only one with this problem.
I used to be someone that had Binge Eating Disorder.
Yes. That was me. I used to be all of the above.
For many years I struggled with my food addiction and binge eating disorder. It controlled every aspect of my life. Everywhere I went and everything I did had to be done around my “private life” that I simply kept to myself.
But soon, instead of being in control of my own life, I began to realize that I wasn’t the one in control.
It was food.
I can remember the countless times that I would babysit for someone and dive into their kitchen cabinets when the children went to sleep.
I’d then hide the “evidence” in my backpack so that I could dispose the trash later where no one would find it. Have you ever done anything like that?
Let me ask you…
If you’re anything like how I was, then you may be struggling to find out why you are like this. And even if you know the answer, the next struggle begins with how to overcome your binge eating.
Luckily, I documented my journey and researched like crazy in hopes to help people like you not only overcome binge eating, but also become a much stronger person emotionally.
You see, when I started, I wanted answers. Why was I like this? Is there a cure? How did this happen? Why me?
I read every single book that I could find on “Binge Eating Disorder” and “food addiction” and “compulsive overeating”.
I read or sifted through another few hundred books. I sifted through thousands of websites. I printed off over a thousand pages of information.
And the more I read, the more confused and off-track I became, which only lead me to binge eat even more. This painful cycle was killing me. Literally. But I just couldn’t stop myself.
One of the only things that kept me going was knowing that I wasn’t the only one. I was amazed to find out that there were so many other people that had Binge Eating Disorder.
Who were they?
Where were they?
I began playing with the thoughts of finding others that I could talk to about our struggle.
Emotional Eating/Binge Eating Disorder affects millions of people around the world. No one has solid numbers because most people keep their disorder a secret. Published numbers range from 4 million people to another study that quoted 18 million females and six million males suffer from binge eating disorder.
Of the millions people with a compulsive/emotional eating disorder, roughly 33% of them are men.
Binge Eating Disorder is a very serious and potentially life-threatening condition that seriously affects emotional and physical health.
Binge Eating Disorder was identified in 1954, but not included as a medical diagnosis until 1994.
Most Insurance Companies will deny you if you have ever had Binge Eating Disorder in the past or present. (Ask me how I know this one…)
All of the reading and research made me even more confused.
I was trapped in an endless circle where compulsive overeating consumed my life. All of the documentation that I found out there was written by doctors and researchers who studied eating disorders.
Some called it “B.E.D.” which was for Binge Eating Disorder, others called it “Compulsive Overeating“, and I saw many mentions of the term “Emotional Eating“.
In some books or websites I would learn that Binge Eating Disorder was an addiction, while another said that it wasn’t.
Some websites told me to follow the twelve-step process used by alcoholics to overcome binge eating disorder. Yet, others told me that I would have to accept that this is how I was and to just find ways to live with it. Um, seriously?
Live with it?
Live with it?! Doesn’t anyone have a clue on how much this eating disorder was consuming my life?
It’s like a nightmare that just won’t go away.
By this point I was desperate to find a solution for my emotional eating.
Too many years had already passed that I let my binge eating control my life. From not going out to lunch with coworkers so I could binge eat to crying because I wasn’t able to stop myself no matter how much I tried.
Not only that, I had yet to let anyone into my secret world.
Not one person was aware of this horror that I lived with every single day. No one in my family or even my boyfriend knew that I was living this double life. But it had to stop.
Weight was piling on, which only made me upset, which in turn lead me to eat more food.
I did end up seeing a therapist, which allowed me to confirm that I had binge eating disorder and learn what some of the root causes were.
But I was still left to try and figure this whole thing out myself. Is it curable? Will I be like this forever? I literally dove in head-first and dedicated my life to finding a solution to overcome binge eating disorder once and for all.
Finally, after countless months of searching, I started to see a light at the end of the tunnel… A light that proved to be the answer that I and people like you are searching for.
That light proved to be the end of Binge Eating Disorder once and for all.
Yes, there really is a way to stop binge eating once and for all and to start living your life on your own terms! And I had finally found it.
But I must admit, if it wasn’t for the help of my boyfriend, I would have never found the answer that I was desperately searching for.
You see, although he didn’t know the answer, he had given me a direction to go in. As I journeyed in the direction, I started to make a path.
And it was on that path that I finally found the solution. And now you will have complete access to my journey, the research I compiled, and then…
I know first-hand how lonely binge eating disorder is. I know how hard it is to find others to confide in.
It was when I was on the road to recovery that I vowed to myself to help as many people as possible end their compulsive eating disorder and food addiction. People just like you.
And that’s where the real challenge began. The decision to go public with my “problem” was not an easy one for me. I felt a lot of fear.
After all, I kept this secret world of mine hidden for so long. But the passion to help other people like you pushed me to overcome this fear and the decision to write this eBook on How to Overcome Your Binge Eating Disorder was born.
I spent more than thirteen months researching and documenting Binge Eating Disorder for this eBook.
I uncovered many disturbing facts about Binge Eating Disorder in my research. I found many stories about people just like you and me who were struggling to overcome this nightmare.
There are countless people who struggle with binge eating – and you’d never even know it.
Some people are able maintain a somewhat healthy weight, but struggle with the psychological side of this eating disorder.
There are those who are 130, 220, 350, 460, even over 500 pounds where binge eating has taken complete control over their lives.
There are men, woman, and yes, even children who suffer from binge eating.
The bottom line is that this eating disorder effects so many people, but nearly everyone (including me) keep their binge eating a secret. There is no way of truly knowing exactly how many people suffer from this disorder.
For example, while I was in high school, I was a very active cheerleader. Although I maintained a healthy weight all through high school, binge eating consumed my life.
No one ever knew about my “secret” life that I hid behind closed doors.
So while researching binge eating disorder, I quickly found that there were a lot of promises out there. But nothing really hit the nail on the head as far as what it really takes to overcome Binge Eating Disorder.
Nothing… until now.
Right now, you can have exclusive access to information that is not available anywhere else.
You will learn the exact shortcuts I used to not only end binge eating once and for all, but also literally transform my life for the better.
Yes, there is an amazing life just waiting for you once you beat binge eating, I promise!
Since overcoming Binge Eating Disorder, I have gained much more confidence, attracted new and interesting friends into my life, learned how to stay away from situations that used to make me binge or fuel my addiction to food, and so much more.
And I’ll share exactly how I did it with you!
In my brand new updated for 2012 eBook, you’ll also learn:
I’m sure you are wondering the same thing I was when I first started…
Will I ever be able to eat the foods that I normally binge on ever again?
And thank goodness, the answer is YES. For me, one of my favorite binge foods was chips. (Although any sweets, salty foods, or fast food was also on the top of my list.)
During my binges, I would consume a bag or two… or three… usually more.
There was a time that I feared going out to eat and being served chips at a Mexican restaurant.
It seemed like as soon as I put one into my mouth, something would click and I wouldn’t be able to stop eating them until my stomach was about to explode.
Armed with this new information, you will finally be in complete control.
You’ll soon find that your life will not be controlled by food any more.
Instead, you’ll feel better about yourself, be happier, be more confident, and maybe even go down a few clothing sizes!
A whole new world will literally open up around you, which in reality, is the world that you have closed out for so long.
If you answered yes to any of the above, then I’d love to help you – like I’ve helped well over 1,000 others just like you and me.
You see, I know exactly what it feels like to not have anyone to talk to about your binge eating.
I know how much it hurts to always be hiding your eating habits.
I know what it feels like to keep this hidden from your loved ones and friends fearing what they will say or think.
I even know what it feels like to open up to someone about the problem and have them act differently towards you because you have a “problem“. But whatever you do, please do not end up like my friend Jan.
Jan also had a problem, but it was with drugs and alcohol. She became quite a partier after she got out of school and somehow, she was able to keep her “other life” secret from me for quite some time.
I was never into that scene and would have never thought that she would end up there. It wasn’t until I found out that she had a serious problem that I realized she really needed help.
Although Jan didn’t realize it, her private life was killing her on the inside. I would have talks with her that lasted for hours trying, sometimes begging for her to stop drinking and doing drugs.
They were making her depressed. I became very worried about her and nothing that I was doing was helping.
I decided to tell her parents about her problems and how much I was worried about her. And as you can imagine, Jan was not happy with me.
Weeks went by without hearing anything from her until I received a phone call. I found out that Jan tried committing suicide and wound up in a rehab center.
I couldn’t believe how bad things got. After all, she had everything going for her.
Although Jan’s story is much more serious, you are effectively killing yourself on the inside by not overcoming Binge Eating Disorder, just like I was.
You see, when we have Binge Eating Disorder, we can never truly be our authentic selves around our friends and family. Our entire life revolves around one big secret that consumes us every waking moment – whether you realize it or not.
Because we can never be our “real selves“, we begin to lose ourselves in the process. Before long, we begin to lose who we were and we become more and more afraid of who we are becoming.
Not to mention the health risks that are associaited with binge eating are quite serious.
As a side note, it’s now been several years and I’m happy to say that Jan is now married, clean, and sober. But the times she (and I) went through for a few years are not anything I’d ever wish on anyone.
She fought long and hard to avoid getting help. She just didn’t have the strength to seek help on her own or even accept it when it was offered to her.
But you do. That’s why you’re here.
You know that you need some help and you’ve come here on your own. I cannot tell you how much that says about you.
Congratulations on taking this first step. I can say with 100% conviction that I believe in you and know that you will end binge eating. Take a deep breath. You know deep down inside that you can beat this too.
Yes, you can. Yes, you will.
Believe me, I know first-hand how difficult this eating disorder is, and I truly put my heart and soul into creating my eBook to help you – and others just like you.
Now it’s your turn.
Armed with the information that I’ve compiled, coupled with my personal stories that you will surely relate to, you will be well on your way to overcoming Binge Eating Disorder much faster than you can imagine.
I painstakingly documented everything in my journal as I researched ways to overcome my Binge Eating Disorder. I sifted through thousands of pages of information on the Internet and researched and read through well over one hundred books.
I worked on this eBook over the course of thirteen months.
I know that what may have worked for me, may not work for every body. And I kept that in mind while writing to ensure that within it will be the exact method you need to overcome Binge Eating Disorder.
And at the very, very least, you will be armed with everything that I wish I knew before I started my journey to complete recovery.
And best of all, you’ll have a friend that knows exactly what you are going through and what you are feeling.
Everyone that purchases my book will be given my direct contact information. If you need help or someone to talk to that has been right where you are now, I’ll only be a quick email away.
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I look forward to hearing your success story!
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