If you want to put an end to binge eating, you need to:
1. Accept that you are addicted, and that means you can't change overnight, you have lost control, and your addictive personality is playing you.
2. Be willing to search within you and observehow you react to your thoughts, emotions, and triggers
3. Discern all the lies your addictive personality is feeding youfor breakfast, lunch, and dinner with brutal honesty
4. Radically accept who you areparticularly when you want to reject yourself for "being bad."
5. Be curious about yourself and willing to changehow you treat yourself and build some new skills
6. Be willing to try something newbecause new results require a new approach and a new you.
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