Binge and Overeating Recovery

Shame and Binge-Eating

March 11, 2021 Shelley Treacher Overeating, Anxiety, & Loneliness Season 2 Episode 3
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Binge and Overeating Recovery
Shame and Binge-Eating
Mar 11, 2021 Season 2 Episode 3
Shelley Treacher Overeating, Anxiety, & Loneliness

Shame is a frequent, intense and uncomfortable experience for the overeater.

In this podcast, I’ll share with you:

  1. What shame or embarrassment are for the overeater, and what’s behind it.
  2. How shame and embarrassment play out for the binge-eater.
  3. How to start to deal with it.

Shame is a mark of our devotion, rather than evidence of our deficiency.

Some ideas here were inspired by a Nicabm training on working with shame. You can buy your full training programme here


Do you have a question or comment? Let me know!

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If you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...

If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...

Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.

Talk with people who understand and

make giant steps toward healing


'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).

You can see all the details of the programme here:

https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.html

For more support:

Contact: [email protected]

Info: www.bristolcounselling.co.uk

BlogFree quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?


Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook group

Click here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook group


You might also be interested in this podcast:

Binge-Eating and the Self-Critic

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Show Notes

Shame is a frequent, intense and uncomfortable experience for the overeater.

In this podcast, I’ll share with you:

  1. What shame or embarrassment are for the overeater, and what’s behind it.
  2. How shame and embarrassment play out for the binge-eater.
  3. How to start to deal with it.

Shame is a mark of our devotion, rather than evidence of our deficiency.

Some ideas here were inspired by a Nicabm training on working with shame. You can buy your full training programme here


Do you have a question or comment? Let me know!

Want to go further?

Join my mailing list her

If you can’t stop eating, and you don’t know why...

If you’re tired of beating yourself up for not being able to stop...

Don’t feel alone...you don’t have to live in secret any more.

Talk with people who understand and

make giant steps toward healing


'Understand Your Eating 6-week Programme' intake sessions being conducted now,  (limited places).

You can see all the details of the programme here:

https://www.bristolcounselling.co.uk/binge-eating-disorderbristol.html

For more support:

Contact: [email protected]

Info: www.bristolcounselling.co.uk

BlogFree quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?


Click here for 'Comfort Eating Recovery' Facebook group

Click here for 'Love and Relationship Recovery' Facebook group


You might also be interested in this podcast:

Binge-Eating and the Self-Critic

If you like this podcast, please share it or leave a review on Apple Podcasts!