I’m a secret binge eater…

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6 Responses

  1. Nana says:

    Good on you for owning up ! When you are here with us you´ll have more to think about than food – and you´ll get all the encouragement you need to keep in shape. Nana xxxxxxx

  2. Carly says:

    This was a very inspirational post, Em – I’m incredibly proud of you for opening up, being honest with yourself and taking the steps needed to get back on track. It takes a lot for someone to be able to do that, and guess what? You did it! Hard bit done! Now time to kick ass, take names and build-a-booty!

    I’ve been in a similar position to you before and it is a very vicious circle, but I’ve found that being honest with yourself and those around you is the best thing. You slipped up and ate a cake at lunch time? Tell Craig, tell me and Yo, tell your family. It not only stops it playing on your mind and making you feel guilty, but it allows you to get some perspective and the support you need. It’s there, you just need to ask for it. 🙂

    I found a book called ‘Overcoming Binge Eating: The Proven Program to Learn Why You Binge and How You Can Stop’ to be incredibly useful. There’s also an American bikini competitor called Jessica James who’s also been through exactly the same issues! She’s written a lot of Facebook posts about it recently, so worth checking out to know that you’re really not alone in this. 🙂

    You don’t look awful at all, so please don’t beat yourself up! In fact, your quads, calves and back are still awesome!


  3. echorley says:

    Thank you Carly, as always you’re full of wisdom and encouragement! I guess I’m a little disappointed in myself for working so hard to get somewhere that I was finally happy with and to then go and ruin it all so fast!

    Still, I’ve got plenty of you guys to help me watch my back now and now it’s off my chest I can turn this into a positive… another set of progress photos! lol 😀 xcx

  4. Ria says:

    You cOuld never look awful and you don’t look fat or blob like! I’m just glad you’ve not started to make yourself sick. Please don’t. I progressed from bulimia to anorexia with an exercise addiction and it’s a long hard journey back to health. You’re beautiful inside and out. Remember that lovely lady. Xxxxxx

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