Haven't had the urge to binge.... Yet.

freedom peace and love's picture

So it's been three days since I started using this site properly. I have followed the tips, advice, eaten properly, have been kind to myself... And I feel great.

The only thing that is bothering me, is that I haven't yet had the urge to binge... So I can't judge whether or not I am making progress. Does this make sense? I feel like I am waiting until I want to binge, to see whether or not I can actually resist from bingeing when I get the urge.

Your comments would be great.

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agirladrift's picture
Joined: 1 Jan 2011
That's what happened to me.

That's what happened to me. If you're following everything they tell you to, why should you have the urge to binge? I think you should revel in the fact that you're beginning to get better. Eventually the urge does come, especially if you get off track, but that's when you use the mechanisms they provide you with or find other advice elsewhere to get through that particular moment of ED.
Binging always happened to me because I was starving, now that I'm not starving, I don't binge. =]

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