A difficult relationship with food is something many people have problems with but have no idea how to change.You may recognise your eating patterns to be an eating disorder such as anorexia or bulimia nervosa, or you may be a compulsive or binge eater. You may be trapped on a never ending treadmill of unsuccessful diet after unsuccessful diet.Eating disorders can take many forms but they have one thing in common €“ they make you miserable.Eating disorders make a sufferer feel confused, out of control, ashamed, embarrassed, abnormal, and reduce their self esteem. Disordered eating is used as a way to deal with difficult emotions and is difficult to deal with alone.Counselling provides a safe, confidential place for you to talk about your behaviours, thoughts and feelings around your current issues and enable you to discover less destructive ways to cope for the future.If it feels like food has become the enemy, don't struggle on alone.
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