The Binge Cure: 7 Steps To Outsmart Emotional Eating
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I learned from her book that food was never the problem for me – it was the solution I learned at an early age for soothing myself or distracting myself or numbing myself when I had feelings I didn’t know how to process because I’d never learned how to process my feelings.
I learned that I had developed a habit of relating to myself in the way that I had been treated as a child. When my parents dismissed my feelings, I learned that my feelings were not important and didn’t deserve my attention. Dr. Nina’s book taught me how to improve my relationship with myself so that instead of beating myself up every time I binged or failed to stay on a diet, I instead became more compassionate and curious instead of hyper critical.
I learned to be supportive and understanding towards myself, and I learned that this book doesn’t just cure binge-eating – it improves every aspect of one’s life because once we repair our relationships with ourselves and can show up and be present and compassionate with and for ourselves, then a world of possibilities opens up that we never even dreamed existed before because we were so focused on how many calories were in something or what we were going to binge on next.
It’s the most liberating book, and I am profoundly grateful Dr. Nina wrote it. I also highly recommend listening to the Dr. Nina Show on LA Talk Radio or catching her pod cast of the show – it’s well-worth your time and reinforces everything you will learn from reading her book.
This is the kind of book you want to keep around forever for those times when you need to be reminded of just how able you are to live your best life.
Kim Melcon, LMFT
If you feel your lost and just unable to lose weight because your mind won’t get out of your own way, and food is out of control-YOU NEED THIS BOOK. This book has become a resource for my coaching program because I feel so firmly that the content is needed by anyone that has over 100 pounds to lose.
Also anyone that feels that food is controlling their life will get soooo much out of this book, maybe you don’t call it binge eating, but whatever you call it check this book out!
I’ve been lookin gift this information my whole life!
It’s well written for me, these words could get to my heart and my core, I gained understanding of what’s going on and moreover what’s stopping me from living my life fully and healthy!
The book covers aaaaalll!!! the aspects of a restless mind liberating itself from an eating disorder!
It gave me tools to deal with any situation, it deals with roots of the problem and hence really helps to remove it and walk free.
It gave me perspective and hope which I almost lost.
It looks into your heart, it understands it and it helps to get out of it.
Thank you, Dr. Nina, I’ve been lookin for you my whole life!
P.s. special attention and thanks to a very neutral language suitable for every reader, the metaphors are clear and understandable even for a foreign reader and it’s a very friendly and supportive tone yet very professional!
This book has everything in it that I wish I could have learned 30 years ago….how different my life could have been. Nina Savelle-Rocklin has packed this book full of the knowledge needed to literally change your entire life. If you are a person who suffers because of your relationship with food, then this is the book for you. Reading this book causes you to explore the feelings you have regarding food and to identify the emotions that have caused you to reach for something tasty. Forget about diets and the scale. This book will help you to see that each time you reach for food it’s really about what’s going on inside of you. Nina walks you through the emotional connections to food and gives you case examples of her actual patients and how they learned to have a healthy relationship with food and how that allowed them to never diet again. Truly this book will allow you to make peace with food and yourself and to never, NEVER have to diet again. Once you read this book, you will wish you had read it years ago. Fabulous read. I loved it. I recommend it to everyone.
Our actions have meaning, and often this meaning is hidden from us. This is one of the oldest established findings of psychology, and Nina’s main tool in enabling people to cure themselves of compulsive eating.
Actually, using food to cope with unconscious processes is a case study. The same logic could, and in fact should, be applied to all sorts of other behaviors, for example gambling, chemical addictions, retail therapy, or physical self-harm.
The Binge Cure is based on science, and obviously, decades of therapeutic experience. It is also very clearly written and set out, with many case studies to illustrate Nina’s points, and clear summaries of information she covers.
Here is the heart of Nina’s message: “As counterintuitive as it may sound, the only way to get rid of emotions is to actually feel them. By expressing and processing what’s going on inside, those feelings evaporate and you no longer feel that urge to binge.”
Obesity is one of the epidemics of our times. People rightly blame the kinds of foods we eat, the advertising industry, and the sedentary habits of the modern lifestyle. Several huge industries exist to deal with the issue. But Nina’s approach is more powerful. Look beneath the urge to overeat, and to eat the wrong stuff, and you can free yourself of food addiction.
A therapist friend told me that I can read all the health books in the world, but none would do me any good until I understood why I was fat. This book pointed me in the right direction, giving me clarity and becoming my “go to” tool. I was like the proverbial onion: It helped me peel back one layer after another–gaining potent insight along the way–to why I binge. Highly recommend it.
I don’t normally write reviews. But, this book hit me so hard I just need to share my experience in case anyone out there is in the place I’m in. I turn to food for comfort But I’m sick of the results in my body and mind. This book finally got to the root of why I turn to food in the first place. I started crying while reading because I had such strong insights.
Do you want to get to the root of why you binge and ditch dieting forever?
Dr. Nina’s proven program is now available in a book that can help you conquer the binge-diet cycle once and for all.
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are not broken, weak, or a failure; you’re just stuck. And it has nothing to do with willpower or being addicted to food. The Binge Cure will teach you exactly how to create permanent, sustainable weight loss—no dieting necessary! Finally, Dr. Nina is sharing the successful tools she has used in her private practice and online programs to help thousands of people heal their relationship with food. Learn how to crack the code of emotional eating, identify your binge triggers, express your feelings, and make lasting changes with powerful strategies that will help you stop bingeing, lose weight, and gain health.
Discover which emotions you are feeling based on the types of foods you are bingeing with The Food-Mood Formula. Are you diving into a bag of chips because you are secretly angry at your mother? Or are you filling that empty space inside with a giant bowl of pasta? Your chosen foods often provide important clues about your hidden emotions. Are you feeling anger, sadness, anxiety, guilt, shame, or loneliness? If you mindlessly overeat to manage deeper, intolerable feelings, then you need to investigate what’s leading you toward food, rather than fixating on what you’re eating. There’s only one way to get rid of the uncomfortable feelings you are trying to avoid: to feel them. Filled with illuminating case examples and concrete exercises, The Binge Cure will help you break through your emotional hunger to satisfy your real cravings and learn how to truly comfort yourself—without food.
It’s time to ditch your inner critic, lose the fat talk, and be a real friend to yourself. Instead of focusing on what you weigh, focus on what’s weighing on you. If something is bothering you, you can’t starve it away or stuff it down—and you cannot measure your true value on a bathroom scale. When you feel, you will heal.
Get ready to break the diet habit and make peace with food—and yourself.
Dr. Nina tackles the tough questions and the complicated issues surrounding food, emotional eating, and physical well-being. And her solutions are sensible and based on real case studies, her guidance indispensable. This book is a keeper.
— Iris Ruth Pastor, author of The Secret Life of a Weight-Obsessed Woman: Wisdom to Live the Life You Crave
By looking beyond the surface of what you eat to why you eat, she brings clarity to this very misunderstood area.
— Lance Dodes, MD, assistant clinical professor of psychiatry (retired), Harvard Medical School; author of The Heart of Addiction, Breaking Addiction, and The Sober Truth.
The Binge Cure is a must-read for anyone who craves a healthier, happier relationship to themselves.
— Craig Ramsay, celebrity trainer and fitness expert, author of Anatomy of Stretching
This game-changing book provides a road map to assist readers in identifying the pain that fuels the fury of so-called food addiction and learning to recognize the relationship between the foods one reaches for and the circumstances under which they’re reaching.
Full of exercises that accompany case examples of patients from her thriving private practice—patients who have achieved success utilizing her methods—Dr. Nina provides a much-needed solution to the epidemic of eating disorders that are consuming society.
Brilliantly written with the compassionate voice of someone who has triumphed in the battlefield herself, The Binge Cure provides the truth of why diets will never work and arms the reader with the knowledge necessary to successfully navigate that pain and rise above it.
— Kelley Gunter, author of You Have Such a Pretty Face
Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin is a renowned expert on the issue and provides critical insight to overcome emotional overeating, stop dieting, and live the physically and emotionally healthy life that you deserve!
— Jacquelyn Ekern, MS, LPC, president at Weight Hope, Addiction Hope, and Eating Disorder Hope