Breaking Up With Binge Eating podcast

Breaking Up With Binge Eating

Georgie Fear and Maryclaire Brescia

Binge eating and emotional eating keep millions of people from living their best lives. If you're one of them, this podcast is for you. Hosts Georgie Fear and Maryclaire Brescia share insights and key lessons from their wildly successful Breaking Up With Binge Eating Coaching Program. Their methods integrate Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, nutritional science and change psychology -- but what you'll notice is that it works and feels good. Step off the merry go round of dieting and binge eating and into a healthier, happier body and mind.

68 Episoder

  • Breaking Up With Binge Eating podcast

    How To Keep Resentment and Rebelliousness From Holding You Back

    13:00

    Have to do this. Can't eat that. Over and over, these mandates drive a person crazy. Many of clients say that it builds up over time, and they snap. They just want to eat and eat, in opposition to feeling pushed around by all the responsibilities and demands on them. They want to feel free, like they can have or do whatever they want in at least one small area of life. Can't food be the one place they get to cut loose? Subscribe to the premium channel for Bonus Episodes and Recorded Client SessionsHear the real conversations which move people past binge eating and emotional eating.Wouldn't you love to listen in on people's private nutrition counselling sessions? You can't anywhere else. But with a premium subscription to the Breaking Up With Binge Eating Podcast, that's exactly what you get. In addition to bonus episodes, subscribers receive recorded full length coaching sessions from Georgie and Maryclaire helping people just like you. You can hear the conversations, the questions and answers, and homework given.  It's the next best thing to sitting down with a private coach of your own. And it costs less than a pint of ice cream per month. Check it out.
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    Binge Eating, Trauma, and How They Are Related

    9:37

    While reliving fond memories can be a pleasant way of interacting with our past, many people's personal history also include trauma. I personally didn't realize how much the things that happen to us contribute to the people we are today, including the way we make food decisions and see our bodies. Until I started researching, and then I began to see how deep this topic really ran. Subscribe to the premium channel for Bonus Episodes and Recorded Client SessionsHear the real conversations which move people past binge eating and emotional eating.Wouldn't you love to listen in on people's private nutrition counselling sessions? You can't anywhere else. But with a premium subscription to the Breaking Up With Binge Eating Podcast, that's exactly what you get. In addition to bonus episodes, subscribers receive recorded full length coaching sessions from Georgie and Maryclaire helping people just like you. You can hear the conversations, the questions and answers, and homework given.  It's the next best thing to sitting down with a private coach of your own. And it costs less than a pint of ice cream per month. Check it out.
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    What Happened to My Self Control?

    17:26

    What is self-control and why does it break down from time to time? This episodes explores the influence of delay discounting, scarcity versus abundance, exaggerated food reward value, and more on our ability to have strong self-control and willpower when we need it most. Subscribe to the premium channel for Bonus Episodes and Recorded Client SessionsHear the real conversations which move people past binge eating and emotional eating.Wouldn't you love to listen in on people's private nutrition counselling sessions? You can't anywhere else. But with a premium subscription to the Breaking Up With Binge Eating Podcast, that's exactly what you get. In addition to bonus episodes, subscribers receive recorded full length coaching sessions from Georgie and Maryclaire helping people just like you. You can hear the conversations, the questions and answers, and homework given.  It's the next best thing to sitting down with a private coach of your own. And it costs less than a pint of ice cream per month. Check it out.
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    How To Change After Binge Eating Has Become A Habit

    11:33

    Subscribe to the premium channel for Bonus Episodes and Recorded Client SessionsHear the real conversations which move people past binge eating and emotional eating.Wouldn't you love to listen in on people's private nutrition counselling sessions? You can't anywhere else. But with a premium subscription to the Breaking Up With Binge Eating Podcast, that's exactly what you get. In addition to bonus episodes, subscribers receive recorded full length coaching sessions from Georgie and Maryclaire helping people just like you. You can hear the conversations, the questions and answers, and homework given.  It's the next best thing to sitting down with a private coach of your own. And it costs less than a pint of ice cream per month. Check it out.
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    "Help! I'm suddenly slipping"

    13:21

    Old behaviors can come butting into our lives, long after we have shown them the door. That's okay. In this episode you'll hear from Charlotte, who found that after months of zero binges, she fell back into that behaviour. In this episode you'll learn how we got her unstuck, past the rough patch, and back on the path she wants to be on. Put this episode in your mental pocket for the days when you need it. 
  • Breaking Up With Binge Eating podcast

    "I look fat in photos"

    6:32

    When we look at our reflection in the mirror, or at a photo of us taken recently, it's all-too-common to find flaws in our appearance that leave us unhappy. But looking at photos of ourselves from years ago, many people see themselves differently. "Why did I think I needed to lose weight? I looked fine!" In this episode we'll discuss why we view current images and old images of ourselves differently, and how to be less self-critical of our current selves. (Because you are awesome, and you always were). 
  • Breaking Up With Binge Eating podcast

    "I know what to do, I just don't do it" Part 2

    12:40

    In this second episode on closing the gap between *knowing* and *doing*, Georgie shares more practical tips. You'll find out how to start on the bunny slope, go for partial credit instead of pass/fail, and manage emotions about the past which have - until today - held you back like an anchor. 
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    "I know what to do, I just don't do it" (Part 1)

    17:12

    When you know what to do, but just aren't doing it, how do you get unstuck? Listen in for Georgie's advice on turning what you *want to do* into what you are *actually doing*. In this episode you'll hear about some of the psychological factors that explain why we resist doing things we know would help us closer to our goals. And, you'll learn some specific strategies to get out of your own way. You aren't broken, resistance is a natural part of the recovery process. And it's one we can beat. 
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    Do I even Want to Feel Better?

    11:45

    Mystifying. Puzzling. Baffling. We could use any of these adjectives to describe the phenomenon of knowing what to do to make ourselves feel better - and not doing it. It's one thing to not know. But when it's right there, you know it's doable and that it's effective, what the heck is it getting in the way? Fear not, you are absolutely not the only person to experience this, and we've got tips to help. 
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    What Does It Mean?

    8:35

    “Maybe it means I really just need to find some willpower!”" I worry that my struggling with the workload means I’m not cut out for this job.” (That was Brian.)“If I crave a burger, does it mean I need nutrients, like iron?” All these people wanted to know, “what does this behavior or feeling or craving, mean?” Our searching for meaning can lead us off the path of growth if we start to attach incorrect meanings to things. In today’s episode, we’ll talk about binges, cravings, slip ups and emotions, and what they all mean. And in some cases, what they don’t mean. 

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