You want to stop binge eating. You want to stop acting on your urges to binge and you want to be able to stop eating before it gets out of control.
But you think it’s easier to just give in.
It’s easier to just let it happen. But how easy is it really to continue binge eating?
How easy is it to constantly want something that you’re not giving to yourself?
Not very easy.
It’s not easy to wish every day that things were different while nothing changes.
It’s not easy to keep trying the same things over and over to stop you from a binge without making any progress.
It’s not easy to constantly wonder why you keep doing this to yourself.
So what’s harder, not giving in to urges to binge, or continuing to binge?
You may get that instant relief when you give in, but what happens after that? You’re back in your head and all your thoughts about how you so badly want to never do it again are swirling around in there.
The only way to stop that thought swirl is to actually make it happen. Otherwise, you’ll just keep on wanting while getting upset because you’re not doing what you want and you’re doing exactly what you don’t want.
So when you find yourself saying, “It’s easier to just give in”, ask yourself, “Is it really?”
Yes it takes work to stop binge eating. It’s not easy and you have to put in effort. But the amount of time you can spend working on changing your life can be tiny compared to the amount of time you’ve spent, and could continue spending, on hating what you’re doing to yourself.
If you’re ready to finally do the work to be done with binge eating, let’s do it. My clients have experienced amazing transformations and you can be next. To begin, sign up for a free mini session with me at coachkir.com/mini and you’ll get some one on one coaching right away and I can tell you about your options for working with me.
There’s no reason why you should struggle any longer.
Not binge eating is hard. Binge eating is hard. Choose your hard.