I am a compulsive overeater (I have just discovered this by the way!), but I can remember ALWAYS being obsessed with food. Even as young as 6 I was cast in a 'Sound of Music' play and the first thing I asked my mom was "What are we going to eat during the dinner scene?". My weight has become an issue since I had my first child, and becoming a stay-at-home mom has made my obsession with food all-consuming! So my question is...Is it possible to have an eating disorder without having a 'deeper issue' that needs to be dealt with? I just joined this group and I don't know too much about compulsive overeating. All I know is that I hide and sneak food, and if I'm not hiding or sneaking I'm planning or thinking about it.....
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