Wasted time (years!), money (on diets, new starts and bingeing) and talent (you’re not doing your best at school or work because you’re either hungry, worrying about what you ate or trying to make up for overeating).
Punished yourself for breaking your diet. Throwing out your clothes or burning your diaries to draw a line in the sand before starting a new diet.
Taken LESS risks and “watered dead plants” (people who treat you badly) because you don’t trust yourself with food so you don’t trust yourself with anything.
Kept secrets. I used to tell people the cuts on my knuckles were burns from my curling iron. Or laugh so no one would worry when I replied, “Oh, I have no idea why I have a blood-shot eye!”
Felt hopeless. Like you’re at rock bottom and don’t even care about your weight. You’re tired of living a double life and just want to feel normal and stop worrying about everything you eat. But you have no idea what to do next because you’ve been dieting as long as you can remember.
The good news? You’re ready to get FREEDOM from food obsession so you don’t miss anymore opportunities.