Kathryn Hansen



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Brain over Binge: Why I Was...

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The Brain over Binge Recove...

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The Brain Over Binge Workbo...

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Grounds for Play: The Nauta...

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Stages of Life: Indian Thea...

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“An eating disorder can be very secluding and can make even the most important people in your life fade into the background.”
Kathryn Hansen, Brain over Binge: Why I Was Bulimic, Why Conventional Therapy Didn't Work, and How I Recovered for Good

“A look of interest, or perhaps doubt, came across his face. "Well," he said, "I'm sure your bulimia was fulfilling some need.”
Kathryn Hansen, Brain over Binge: Why I Was Bulimic, Why Conventional Therapy Didn't Work, and How I Recovered for Good

“I began to crave not only food, but the act of binge eating. Once I’d tasted what a binge felt like—how wonderful it felt to have the pressure of dieting lifted for a few brief moments, to give in to all my cravings and just stuff myself—it became even harder to resist. When trying to fight an urge to binge, I’d remind myself how guilty and fat I always felt afterward; but I remembered the pleasure much more. It was as though part of me knew the consequences”
Kathryn Hansen, Brain over Binge: Why I Was Bulimic, Why Conventional Therapy Didn't Work, and How I Recovered for Good

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