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Signs Of An Addict.

by Bad Father Blog. on May 14, 2014

Breaking The Habit.

I’ve always mocked people who were caught up in other addictions – drugs, alcohol, gambling, etc…. because somehow my addiction “wasn’t as bad” as those others.  In those other addictions I thought were so much wo...
by Bad Father Blog. on May 12, 2014

My list of demands.

Right before I started the 30 Day Challenge, I had written down a list of demands for my wife… as if I was in any position to negotiate at that point.  I told her, if only you’d do these things, I know I’d get better.  Here is wha...
by Bad Father Blog. on May 7, 2014

Day 24.

I know how easy it is to fall off the proverbial horse, once you’ve gotten on.  I haven’t made it 24 days in a long time, but I’ve gone maybe two weeks before without letting my addiction take over.  So I know how easy it is to fe...
by Bad Father Blog. on Apr 28, 2014

For the last few months I have dreaded picking up my [heavier] weights. For months and months I was using the heavier weights and my weight was going no where. It would go up and down [by one or two] and then go back up. So I figured I needed to do m...
by hey darlin on Apr 28, 2014

Confessions of a binge drinker

In my book I publish an extract on binge drinking a friend of mine wrote a few years ago. She wrote it after a drinking incident that really scared her. I think it’s one of the most powerful pieces of writing I’ve ever read. Sadly, what Clare exp...
by Veronica Valli on Apr 15, 2014

Drinking and ‘mocktails’

This story in the UK’s Guardian really stopped me in my tracks today. What shocked me is not that alcohol is served to parents at school events, but it’s taken them this long to figure out that this may not be the greatest example to kids. Some b...
by Veronica Valli on Mar 16, 2014

Drinking and ‘mocktails’

This story in the UK’s Guardian really stopped me in my tracks today. What shocked me is not that alcohol is served to parents at school events, but it’s taken them this long to figure out that this may not be the greatest example to kids. Some b...
by Veronica Valli on Mar 16, 2014

Διατροφική διαταραχή Binge

by Health-Fitness.gr on Mar 11, 2014

The cost of drinking

I started as a binge drinker and my drinking quickly progressed to psychological dependence. My drinking was fun only between the ages of fifteen and seventeen. While it lasted I had a great time; I loved alcohol and I had a great time drinking. I li...
by Veronica Valli on Mar 10, 2014

…When is enough food enough?…

When you go out to eat at almost ANY restaurant, the plate of food that you order is almost ALWAYS more than the suggested serving size.  As a culture we are all wanting to get the best and the most we can out of our money.  But is that necessarily...
by Infinite Life Fitness on Mar 8, 2014

Eating Disorder – 5 Ways You Can Help

Do you have a friend or relative that has an eating disorder? Whether it is Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa or even a Binge Eating disorder, it can be treated and a healthy lifestyle and weight restored.  The sooner the disorder […]...

Can You Really Be Addicted to Food?

 Kris Gunnars is a recovering alcoholic, smoker and drug addict who has been in multiple rehabs. In this in depth article, he details why you can be addicted to food and lays out some simple steps to help curb addictive behavior around food and bing...
by Addicts Helping Addicts Blog on Feb 27, 2014

Eating Disorder – 5 Ways You Can Help

Do you have a friend or relative that has an eating disorder? Whether it is Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa or even a Binge Eating disorder, it can be treated and a healthy lifestyle and weight restored.  The sooner the disorder […]The post...

Can You Really Be Addicted to Food?

 Kris Gunnars is a recovering alcoholic, smoker and drug addict who has been in multiple rehabs. In this in depth article, he details why you can be addicted to food and lays out some simple steps to help curb addictive behavior around food and bing...
by Addicts Helping Addicts Blog on Feb 27, 2014

Eating Disorder Recovery Begins In Your Mind

Recovering from an eating disorder leads us to follow many different paths. There is no “right” or “wrong” way to recover, but one crucial element is your mindset – and setting it to the same frequency as recovery.  ...
by Help for Eating Disorder on Feb 10, 2014

I Can’t Stop Counting Calories and Focusing on Losing Weight

Calorie counting, obsession with weight loss and an overall obsessive mind that interrupts your whole life is one of the most common manifestations of an eating disorder and other unhealthy states that all humans go through. Just so you know –...
by Help for Eating Disorder on Feb 1, 2014

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by TheseNews.com on Jan 29, 2014

How are children’s substance abuse problems different from adult addiction?

By David Joel Miller There are some differences between the substance abuse issues in children from those in adults, but they may be less than we used to think. There are a lot of people who continue to think of … Continue reading →...
by counseolrssoapbox on Jan 15, 2014

Recovery from Binge Eating IS Possible – I Have Recovered and You Can Too

Binge eating is a very common type of eating disorder – although it is often not classified as being a traditional eating disorder. There is so much shame and secrecy surrounding binge eating, overeating, night time eating and other manifestati...
by Help for Eating Disorder on Dec 25, 2013


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