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Overcoming Binge Eating, Second Edition: The Proven Program to Learn Why You Binge and How You Can Stop von [Fairburn, Christopher G.]
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"By any standard, Dr. Fairburn is the leading authority in our field, so who better to write the definitive book on binge eating? This program is based on vast clinical experience, numerous clinical trials, and a breadth of perspective that few possess. You can trust this book. It is a landmark."--Kelly D. Brownell, PhD, coauthor of "Food Fight"; Director, Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity, Yale University
"It is hard to improve a classic, but that is exactly what Dr. Fairburn has done. "Overcoming Binge Eating, Second Edition," expands on the author's highly effective treatment. This self-help guide is filled with specific tools that can help reverse unhealthy habits that have trapped you for years. Dr. Fairburn helps you maintain regular eating habits, distract yourself from cravings, stop emotional eating, and address body image issues. My colleagues and I will be recommending this book to all of our clients who feel their eating is out of control."--Robert L. Leahy, PhD, author of "The Worry Cure"
"This invaluable second edition incorporates recent advances in the treatment of binge eating, including new strategies for dealing with body image issues. I recommend this user-friendly book wholeheartedly."--G. Terence Wilson, PhD, Oscar K. Buros Professor of Psychology, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
"In this gem of a book, now thoroughly revised, Dr. Fairburn draws on decades of clinical experience and research. This is a powerful resource for anyone who wants to achieve lasting self-change."--Ruth H. Striegel, PhD, Editor-in-Chief, "International Journal of Eating Disorders"
"Readers have posted online calling the previous version of this book 'a godsend' and 'the best book out there.' This substantially revised second edition is as good as the first and sets the standard for self-help books. This clearly written, practical guide is invaluable for anyone suffering from binge eating problems."--Roz Shafran, PhD, Institute of Child Health, University College London, United Kingdom
"This is the book that every patient and parent should read in order to understand what drives eating disorder behaviors. In this remarkable guide, Dr. Fairburn translates decades of research on therapy into steps for lasting change."--Julie Lesser, MD, Medical Director, Center for the Treatment of Eating Disorders, Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota and Abbott Northwestern Hospital "


This trusted bestseller provides all the information needed to understand binge eating and bring it under control, whether you are working with a therapist or on your own. Clear, step-by-step guidelines show you how to:

*Overcome the urge to binge.
*Gain control over what and when you eat.
*Break free of strict dieting and other habits that may contribute to binges.
*Establish stable, healthy eating patterns.
*Improve your body image and reduce the risk of relapse.

This fully updated second edition incorporates important advances in the understanding and treatment of eating disorders. It features expanded coverage of body image issues and enhanced strategies for achieving--and maintaining--a transformed relationship with food and your body.

Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) Self-Help Book of Merit


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  • Verlag: The Guilford Press; Auflage: 2 (24. Juli 2013)
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This is the best book I've ever read on the eating disorders. Lots of modern information included, scientific researches, etc. But the most important the book contains the best and most useful concrete steps on how to overcome eating disorders, binge eating in particular. Highly recommended.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Psychiatrist-recommended, credible, just not for me 18. Juli 2014
Von Sarah - Veröffentlicht auf
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This book was recommended to me by my psychiatrist, head of a hospital eating disorder program, for a potential diagnosis of Binge Eating Disorder. This is a very credible, step-by-step plan. It just didn't suit me. That said, I took copious notes I'll share with you to give an idea of the contents:

Fairburn states weight loss diets are designed to create an energy imbalance. They are not designed to be used for the long-term as the do not match our nutritional needs. There is no one healthy diet and you don’t have to eat perfectly to be perfectly healthy. A healthy diet involves eating a wide variety of foods.

There are three main differences between binge eating and substance abuse: (1) Binge eating does not involve the consumption of a particular class of foods. (2) Those who binge eat have a drive to avoid the behaviour. (3) Those who binge eat fear engaging in the behaviour.

12 step approach: The disorder is an illness for which there is no cure. Immediatte abstinence is paramount. A major strategy for achieving abstinence is an additional form of abstinence: the total lifelong avoidance of the toxic foods that trigger binge eating. One is either in control or out of control; foods are safe or toxic; one is abstinent or not.

CBT approach: Recovery is well within the reach of most people. Emphasis on the immediate cessation of binge eating is neither reasonable nor realistic, heartless. It may take them weeks or months to get to this point. Food avoidance should be eliminated, not encouraged. Black and white thinking is a problem that needs to be addressed.

Stage 1 – diagram representing the pain processes that appear to be maintaining the problem; recording eating and feelings in detail; pattern of regular eating; ability to resist urges to binge

Stage 2 – address concerns about shape and weight; introduce avoided foods and gradually eliminate other forms of dieting; skills to deal with day to day difficulties that may trigger

Stage 3 – develop means of minimizing the risk of relapse

Even minor binge eating problems can have subtle adverse effects on many aspects of life. You may be unnecessarily irritable at times, your concentration may not be as good as it could be, you may avoid social events that you would like to attend, and your physical health may be impaired.

A benefit of change is the effect it has on morale and self-image … self-respect and self-worth. The depression, tension, and irritability fade, concentration improves, and old interests return. Change because you don’t want to waste your life. The other people in your life will also benefit. You will stop being unpredictably irritable and moody; you will be less touchy about eating and less sensitive about your shape and weight; and you will be happier being with others. And you will have more time.

Persevere, especially when the advice is difficult to follow. The harder you find it to follow the advice, the more important it is to do so. Keep in mind that you will not need to follow the program forever. Do not rush through the program. Do not expect overnight success. Do not expect to make smooth and steady progress. Do not expect the urge to binge to disappear as soon as you stop binge eating. Be sure to hold weekly review sessions. Consider enlisting someone to help you.

Step 1: Starting Well – self monitoring, weekly weighing

First review session is 3-4 days in. 3-4 days later, you are ready if you have had 6 or 7 “change days”, i.e. you did your best monitoring and weighing weekly; binge behaviour is not relevant to whether you move on yet.

Step 2: Regular Eating – establish pattern, stop dieting

Generally after a few weeks, you’ll have had 6 or 7 change days: monitored accurately + adhered to weekly weighing + did your best to stick to a regular pattern BUT you need not wait until you have established a pattern of regular eating before moving on because step 3 will help you follow step 2.

Step 3: Alternatives to Binge Eating – substitute activities, identify changes in weight

Activities need to be active, enjoyable, and realistic. Delay moving on if you you are not successfully addressing urges to eat. The successful use of alternative activities requires practice.

Step 4: Problem Solving

If you have been at steps 2-4 for 6-8 weeks or binge eating is becoming infrequent, move to step 5.

Step 5: Taking Stock – decide what else needs to be tackled
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Great for bulimics/anorexics but not so good for other binge eaters 10. Dezember 2013
Von mike brown - Veröffentlicht auf
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I had high hopes for this book when someone recommended it to me to help with my binge eating. The problem is that the book is written more for people with bulimia and anorexia who binge, purge, use diuretics/laxatives and not for those people, like me, who binge eat to deal with stress/anxiety. Unlike bulimics and anorexics who starve themselves for most of the day and then binge, I eat normally throughout the day and then binge when I get upset/overwhelmed/anxious about something in my work life. I think 90-95% of the book is for the bulimic/anorexic audience and 5-10% for the rest of us binge eaters. I think that his solution in using cognitive behavioral therapy is popular for dealing with lots of different psychological issues and may be able to help if you are willing to do the work/steps. Again, in Part II of the book that deals with how to stop binging, I think it is geared more toward helping bulimics and anorexics. I didn't like that many of his food journal entries, etc used typical examples of what a bulimic or anorexic might write/do. While I didn't find this book helpful for me, it might help others out there who need help with bulimia/anorexia and he seems to be the top person in the field writing about these issues.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen It's ok 18. Mai 2014
Von M. Mundy - Veröffentlicht auf
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I have just finished reading this book and I have mixed feelings about it. The first half of the book is understanding different types of eating disorders - you may find that you have thoughts and feelings that relate to anorexia, bulimia and binge eat disorder. At first I was thinking what category do I fall into? But I am atypical ( a mixture of all of them) so the book is good to help you understand the many elements of eating disorders. The lightbulb moment for me was realising the cycle of bingeating and how the purging and dieting actually physiologically and psychologically set you up to binge, the book explains why. I guess it may put people off the parts that are irrelevant to them (if they don't vomit, purge or use laxatives) as you will spend probably about a quarter of your time reading the book about these issues that do not apply to you. Another lightbulb question reading the book led me to was "who am I trying to be thin for?".

The book is not about losing weight, calorie counting or exercise. The second half of the book is a program that you can work through with a counsellor or it even suggests family or friend OR you can do it by yourself. It is basically a program of monitoring what and when you eat, how you feel, what do YOU count as a binge or a proper meal, what foods do you avoid. The program build up week by week monitoring and reviewing more and more habits, thoughts and events. It instructs you to certain mealtimes with snacks and supper, weighing in once a week - it also has example diaries including thoughts, events and feeling of other people who have eating disorders (good because you can see you are not alone in the way you think and eat ..and suffer!). It also looks at how we check our bodies for fat, how to and not to use mirrors, how we compare ourselves to others. It all sounds great but the modules are only short in the book and the real work is done by you following the program not the book itself. It has links to record sheets you can print.

I bought the book and will be trying it on my own..but I wish I could have professional help but don't feel I could rightly ask for it. It seems like it will be ..well... I don't know... hard. But then of course it wont be easy. It seems to have helped a lot of people so I am giving it a go. I'm just sharing the content a bit rather than saying whether the program works or not. I'll post back maybe in a few months time to see how I get on... the book says it could take up to 6 months to break the habit. Good luck to all those on the journey to better health from this difficult place!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This is a great book - a huge help to me in getting ... 8. Januar 2015
Von Dinah Britton Moeller - Veröffentlicht auf
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This is a great book - a huge help to me in getting into recovery. I use it with the additional support of a coach (an LICSW) and have been able to stop binging and maintain a regular, happy meal plan for a long time now thanks to the stepwise process in this book.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Thankful & Grateful To Having Started Reading This Book!!! 27. August 2015
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Love this book. It has been so helpful x N informative, and the research is supportive and very much backs up its writings. It has helped me understand and deal with my own issues in emotional eating. I am thankful and grateful to having started reading this book!
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