I thought I was doing something good when I ever binged on a certain food I wouldn't buy it again (to eliminate the temptation of having it in the house.) I really thought this was helping me, but now I'm binging on plain oats, plain yoghurt, plain crackers. I really am running out of 'safe' foods. I realise now that I've just been running from the problem instead of facing it. But how do you face it? I honestlt can't see myself making any progress with cupboards full of binge foods.
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