Why You Binge

Why You Binge

You binge because you believe bingeing is easier than sitting through the urge to binge. 

Sometimes the urge to binge is so habitual that you forget to investigate why you experience it so often.

An urge is always masking a feeling. Maybe you feel anxiety, discomfort, sadness, anger or shame. The second your brain registers that you are feeling something uncomfortable. BAM! Urge.

If you become comfortable with feeling any emotion, the need for bingeing is gone.

Learning to feel confident feeling these emotions has been some of the hardest work of my life. But at least I’m not missing out on half my life.

I invite you to start this work. I’d be happy to schedule a FREE session with you to teach you about your emotions. Just send me an e-mail at: krista@kristacouchcoaching.com

You binge because you believe bingeing is easier than sitting through the urge to binge. 

Sometimes the urge to binge is so habitual that you forget to investigate why you experience it so often.

An urge is always masking a feeling. Maybe you feel anxiety, discomfort, sadness, anger or shame. The second your brain registers that you are feeling something uncomfortable. BAM! Urge.

If you become comfortable with feeling any emotion, the need for bingeing is gone.

Learning to feel confident feeling these emotions has been some of the hardest work of my life. But at least I’m not missing out on half my life.

I invite you to start this work. I’d be happy to schedule a FREE session with you to teach you about your emotions. Just send me an e-mail at: krista@kristacouchcoaching.com