Break the binge eating cycle with recovery-oriented, CBT and mindfulness strategies from Stop Bingeing, Start Living.
A healthy relationship with food also includes how we think and feel about ourselves. Healing both mind and body, Stop Bingeing, Start Living arms you with proven therapeutic and wellness strategies to free yourself from self-judgement and finally put an end to binge eating.
Through intuitive and mindful eating activities, these strategies show you how to listen to your body to change your relationship with food. Combined with highly effective CBT exercises, you’ll learn how to rewire your brain to overcome urges and strengthen your mind-body-soul connection.
Stop Bingeing, Start Living arms you with integrative, concrete tools that you can apply in your day-to-day life, and includes:
- An introduction that helps you better understand your relationship to food, complete with the latest research and reflective exercises.
- A holistic plan that uses CBT, ACT, and mindfulness therapies to help you eat mindfully and intuitively.
- A recovery toolbox that includes actionable strategies and exercises such as self-assessments, reflective prompts, and goal setting exercises to guide you through your journey.
Imagine a new vision for your life wherein you can live without the constant focus on weight and food. To turn that vision into a reality, Stop Bingeing, Start Living equips you with actionable strategies to start managing emotions and stop binge eating.
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About the Author
SHREIN H. BAHRAMI is a marriage and family therapist in San Francisco. She is the founder of Evolve Wellness, a group practice of clinicians specializing in the treatment of eating disorders. For nearly a decade, she has provided counseling in residential and outpatient settings to clients and their families seeking recovery from anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder. Shrein has contributed to articles featured on NBC News, The Guardian , Bustle, Readers’ Digest , and The Mighty.