End the suffering of binge-eating one breath at a time.
In 2007, I reached burnout point.
I have been working in a corporate job for two years and my job ruled my life. I worked 14 to17 hour days and lived on coffee and cigarettes during the day with no time for exercise. My immense stress levels kept me up at night, I got sick often, battled with frequent migraines and I could not stop comfort eating.
I felt hopeless, for years I kept eating healthy and used running to maintain my weigh from all the binge eating, however I was stuck in a vicious cycle of overeating and running it off. I was trapped in the “eat less run more” belief and developed orthorexia, an unhealthy obsession with eating healthy, to get my binge eating under control but it only aggravated my eating disorder. The less I ate, the more I binged, the more I ran.
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