Eating Disordered Thinking

As food is not inherently good or bad, life is not conveniently black or white. Similarly, eating disorders range in severity and behavior. It is hard to pinpoint the moment when a diet turns into something compulsive, or when mindless snacking becomes a routine prescription for boredom. Eating disordered thinking happens across a spectrum from emotional and stress eating to chronic eating disorders. Whether or not you have a ‘diagnosable’ eating disorder is secondary. The fact that your thoughts and behaviors are interfering with your opportunity to have a fulfilling life is foremost.

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