Are you always thinking about food and weight?

Maybe you are daydreaming about forbidden foods, like fast foods or bakery items or crunchy snacks.

Maybe you are planning what you will eat next, how you can satisfy both what your body craves and your mind believes is healthy.

Maybe you are deciding how to lose weight, which diet or meal plan might be right for you. What is out there that you haven’t tried?

Maybe you are comparing yourself to others, wondering what they might be eating that allows them to look so much better than you do.

It all comes down to the same thing: you aren’t good enough. You need to eat better, exercise more, try harder before you can allow yourself to feel good enough.

If your mind spends large periods of time on any of these preoccupations, you may be a compulsive overeater.

Some people think that compulsive overeaters don’t care about what they eat or how they look, but I know they actually care far too much.

Their minds won’t let go of that constant circle of thoughts, wondering how they can escape the torment of feeling like their bodies are never good enough.

Would it surprise you to know that this constant, tormented preoccupation isn’t helping you?

Would you like to be able to let it go?

Take my quiz to figure out if you’re a compulsive overeater.

If you are, perhaps the various freebies offered on my website will be useful for you. I am currently developing on-line courses which can help you understand where your problem comes from and what you can do to change it.

I would like to help you experience the peace that comes from feeling good about yourself and your body. Letting go of food preoccupation can free up energy to spend on other, life-affirming activities: family walks in the park, nights out with friends, or giving your all at work.

It can change your life.

To find out if you’re a compulsive overeater, click here.