Food Addiction Support Group

An individual suffering from a food addiction disorder frequently experiences episodes of uncontrolled eating, or binging, during which they may feel frenzied or out of control. They will eat much more quickly than is normal, and continue to eat even past the point of being uncomfortably full. Binging in this way is generally followed by a period of intense guilt feelings and depression.

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  • asuka


    I’m feeling a little troubled lately. I noticed that I’ve been having this unhealthy eating pattern causing me to feel really bad for a while now. I noticed how I constantly eat without feeling hungry at all. I tried to monitor myself and observed that I usually eat every 2 hours. And the amount I usually eat depends on my company. I mean, I try to limit myself when I’m eating with my...
  • vipersgirl49

    New and in need of help

    I am a 29 year old woman, and I suffer from food addiction. It has always been there for me when nobody else was! It became my comfort and my go to at a young age and has continued to haunt me through my adult life. I recently lost almost 80 lbs and now am slowly gaining it back because I can not control myself with food! It seems at times it is ALL I can think about even if I am not hungry and...
  • mb19801913

    Food addiction linked to my depression

    Hi:I am 36 yo woman, who has gained over 60 pounds since high school. On a five foot frame, I have over 200 lbs. I have numerous medical ailments, and have been told numerous times that if I don't change something now, I will not live a long life. With all the awareness in the world, I still eat food not conducive to my well-being. I'm an emotional eater, whether I'm sad or happy. I binge, eat in...
  • artickitty

    Getting back my life

    I read all the posts and think ok. To loose weight you have to move,walk,swim =exercise, eat more fruits and veggies,healthy proteins, =diet, no more sweet tea=Tons of water. I need a support system all else has failed numerous times. Sighs.. I have the keys to this but this body/mindframe needs to get a little motivated. Where in the world do I start. Its all do very overwelming just taking the...
  • ViennaP

    In Need of Support

    My Binging Disorder is a roller coster ride I cant get off. Just when I think I am on the brink of success I seem to fall back into old habits. I learn new things from each binge. Triggers if you will. Yet I choose to ignore them. I choose to bury the voice in my head that tells me, "Hey, you are in danger of binging, why dont know use one of your techniques." Lately, I haven't been able to...
  • kmb1712

    Hopeless and oppressive overeating

    Thanks for taking the time to read. I’m 25 years old and I’m currently at the lowest point in my life, both mentally and physically. The terribly frustrating part is, I have so much to be grateful for – an incredible boyfriend and loving family and friends, a solid career, a new apartment, and my mother is finally cancer-free. However, all these positive things are overshadowed by my...
  • Hello all...The title says it all. Am a life long compulsive overeater. Been on diets in the past,lost,but gained. Sweets are my downfall..My friends, but taking a toll on my physical health.How can I loose weight when sweets I can not control of????  I weigh 450 and starting to loose hope.  And accept my size and healthy. Just venting and gain some answers...Liliann
  • Yolande

    Binging hell...

    I have never reached out or even spoken about the difficulties that I am facing until now. I am a binge eater and it is only getting worse. I feel so extremely embarrassed and pathetic. I never thought in a million years that I would be the type of person to say that I have a eating disorder and it feels horrible. I am overweight but not obese, which is funny because if anyone had to see the...
  • jmt111

    How to overcome sugar addiction & emotional ea

    I am a 36-year-old male who struggles with food addiction. I am fine throughout most of the day, at least on weekdays, when I am busy with work and projects. However, I struggle especially at night, often right before going to bed, and on weekends, when I dont have much structure. I go to the kitchen in search of sweet thingschocolate, cookies, fruit, jam. Sometimes I will go for fatty, salty...
  • kailzo

    Hi there

    I turn to the Internet to help because even though I'm getting support from my boyfriend and family I still need that extra support from people who are going through or been through what I'm going through. I eat when I'm sad. I'm a massive comfort eater. It's how my addiction to food and most importantly crisps started. Crisps are my vice I could eat five-ten packets in a row without stopping....
  • Kir

    Looking for help?

    Hi all!I am a former binge eater and now my work revolves around helping others overcome it. I'm a certified life and weight loss coach and I'm offering a free mini session to anyone who's interested. All coaching is done over the phone so no matter where you are, we can talk! Here's the link to book...
  • Koyu

    Not sure

    Hi Group,I am not sure if I belong here but here it goes. The past 5 months I have been suffering from mild depression and my obsession with food has been enormous. I actually cried after eating my last piece of Kentucky Fried Chicken. And someone in another support group asked me about my food.I am a cancer survivor and an recovering alcoholic and I also gave up smoking but somewhere inside of...
  • Meesh1987

    Sugar addiction!

    Hello my name is Michelle and I am very new to this website. I wanted to join this group because I have a addiction to sugar. It had been real bad off and on for many years. A few months ago I was really addicted to this cake where I would eat the whole cake in one seating. the last time I bought the cake the next day I ended up coming down with a fever. I just wonder if I caused my body to...
  • Hello,Im 25 and in some way i have been struggling with food addiction since i can remember, but recently it has become a lot worse. I have been reading that the best way to not over indulge is to abstain from 'trigger foods' (for me its mostly chocolate and bread) completely.At the moment i am living in a share house and all that my housemates eat is junk. I am able to say no to kfc and pizza...
  • Marsquake

    Can't sto binging....

    Hi everyone...I ended up here because I don't know where to go. I feel like this bad habit is drowning me. I don't have the control of my body anymore. I don't have friends. I just want to be alone, with my eating disorder and mystupid body. I went to a psychologist, but she wasn't helpfull... she focused other problems, even if I told her that they all came from my relationship with food.