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Do you want to achieve freedom from food issues and live a happier, more fulfilling life? Does one bite of a doughnut frequently turn into a full-blown binge? Do you struggle to control your weight even when dieting? Do you feel trapped by this obsession and cravings for food?
If yes, then you are in the right place.
Bingeing on food is not just about the physical impulse to eat, but the emotional and mindful concentration on food. The desire for continuous consumption of food has nothing to do with the availability of junk food, but the mental and emotional impulse often leading to the excitement.
Eating Disorders: A Simple Guide to Overcoming Binge Eating is a product of well-detailed research by eating disorder professionals. The hard science behind the psychology of binge eating has been demystified into simple, easy-to-understand sentences.
Following the tips provided in this audiobook, you can overcome binge eating on your own. You can overcome weight fluctuations, food cravings, and compulsive eating. It contains the key to living a fulfilling life, eating well, and achieving total freedom from food issues.
Once you follow the tips provided in this audiobook, you will learn how to develop life skills for healthy eating and put an end to bingeing permanently. As a bonus, the last section of this audiobook provides tips on how to help a friend with a binge-eating disorder.
To change your life, scroll up and obtain this audiobook.
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- K. E. Kroeger
Not a Professionally Produced Audiobook
Do not buy this audio book expecting a well-written, thorough examination of the topic, recommendations you can't find in the simplest click-bait listicle online, or a narrator who can read effectively out loud.
1. The structure of the book is more like an undergraduate term paper than a book written for a public audience
2. The author frequently refers to a few elements followed by an etcetera. While this might be acceptable in a casual blog, when attempting to deliver help to people struggling with mental illness, one should be thorough and precise. Anything other than this leaves too much up to interpretation and misunderstanding.
3. The advice supplied is not specific, actionable, or measurable.
4. The narrator frequently mispronounces words, races past punctuation, and uses inappropriate inflection, making listening to her read a nightmare akin to reading aloud time in elementary school. She should never have been given the task of narrating anything.
I cannot help but wonder if this audio book were produced by the author and his friend, rather than a professional recording studio. I could not listen to the whole thing and returned it for a refund.