I think I'm addicted to eating and it's only gotten worse over the last few months. I have tried diets and health kicks and they work for a little while but then when everyone is in bed I find myself raiding the cuboards and binging on anything I can find. My current obsession is peanut butter I just can't stop eating it from the jar. I dorm get it, I eat fine during the day, I great normally but then as soon as no one is up I can't help but go to the cuboard or fridge.
I am the kind of person whom hates to put things on my friends and family and I don't want anyone to know how I am feeling and it never stuck me that I could be addicted to food. This was until I looked it up and found out that I identify as a food addict. I don't know what to do. If anyone has an advice it would be much appreciated.
Over the last three years, I gained 60 lbs. I used to be 140lbs. Somehow I managed to eat and drink myself into the land of obesity. My friends and colleagues noticed more than I did, and now when I look in the mirror, I don’t recognize myself. I’m a social worker in a supervisory role, so I attribute my eating as a coping mechanism to handle the stress that comes along with the job. For the...
I always know my cycle is coming up because I get a) super impatient and irritable and b) want more than life itself to shove my entire face into a bag of chips or a thing of fries (preferably from Five Guys) and not come back up until I've ridden out the food coma. Does anyone else deal with this every month? Have any recommended strategies for riding it out without falling off the wagon?