Binge and Overeating Recovery

Interesting Facts You May Not Know About Self-Worth

June 29, 2021 Shelley Treacher Overeating, Anxiety, & Loneliness Season 2 Episode 11
Binge and Overeating Recovery
Interesting Facts You May Not Know About Self-Worth
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Binge and Overeating Recovery
Interesting Facts You May Not Know About Self-Worth
Jun 29, 2021 Season 2 Episode 11
Shelley Treacher Overeating, Anxiety, & Loneliness

“I'm stupid,” “Nobody cares about me,” or “I'm bad at this” 

We have thoughts like these every day.

Self-worth is the most common thing talked about in therapy. We all grapple with it.

Often, what you’re dealing with here is the core belief that “I'm not good enough” or “I don’t belong.”  We all have these beliefs and thoughts. 

There are lots of reasons for this. So, here  I'll introduce you to what self-worth is, and how a lack of self-worth occurs. Understanding this is such an important part of recovery from comfort eating or depression.

Do you have a comment or a question? Send me a quick voicemail or mail a message (confidential)

For more support:

Contact: [email protected]
Info: www.bristolcounselling.co.uk
Blog: free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?
Comfort Eating Support Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/comforteatingrecovery
Love and Relationship Support Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/relationshiploverecovery

You might also be interested in this podcast:
Binge-Eating and the Self-Critic

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

If you like this podcast, please leave a review, or share it. Thank you!

Show Notes

“I'm stupid,” “Nobody cares about me,” or “I'm bad at this” 

We have thoughts like these every day.

Self-worth is the most common thing talked about in therapy. We all grapple with it.

Often, what you’re dealing with here is the core belief that “I'm not good enough” or “I don’t belong.”  We all have these beliefs and thoughts. 

There are lots of reasons for this. So, here  I'll introduce you to what self-worth is, and how a lack of self-worth occurs. Understanding this is such an important part of recovery from comfort eating or depression.

Do you have a comment or a question? Send me a quick voicemail or mail a message (confidential)

For more support:

Contact: [email protected]
Info: www.bristolcounselling.co.uk
Blog: free quick tips and quiz: Are you a comfort eater?
Comfort Eating Support Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/comforteatingrecovery
Love and Relationship Support Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/relationshiploverecovery

You might also be interested in this podcast:
Binge-Eating and the Self-Critic

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

If you like this podcast, please leave a review, or share it. Thank you!