Finding help with binge eating disorder near me

Lately, I’ve been struggling with an unhealthy relationship with food and I think it might be a sign of Binge Eating Disorder. I need help, but I’m not sure where to find it - especially something in my local area. Has anyone else had the same issue? Does anyone know any good resources for finding support and guidance? Please share your advice and experience - I’d really appreciate it!


Hey there,

I’m so sorry to hear that you are going through a difficult time with food. It’s completely understandable that it can be overwhelming and you don’t know where to start when looking for help.

I’ve been in a similar situation in the past, and I understand firsthand how scary it can be. What helped me was finding support groups where I could talk openly about how I was feeling to people who were in the same boat as me. If there are groups like this local to you, it could be a great way to start healing and making progress. If not, there are plenty of online forums and chatrooms where people discuss their struggles about healthy eating and body image.

Keep talking to people - opening up about our challenges is never easy but reaching out always helps.


Hi there,

I completely understand the struggle you’re going through. As a 41-year-old woman, I know firsthand how difficult it can be to ask for help when it comes to unhealthy relationships with food, especially ones that could involve Binge Eating Disorder. Here are some resources I recommend looking into - I hope they help in your search for guidance and support:

  1. Reach out to your doctor or a local dietitian who specializes in nutrition counseling to discuss what’s going on and come up with an individualized plan that works for you.
  2. Search online for support groups or forums where you can connect with others who are navigating similar challenges.
  3. Try mindful eating practices like yoga or meditation which can help you become more aware of what’s happening inside your body and learn how to respond in helpful ways instead of reverting to bingeing or overeating.

No matter what strategies you decide to take, know that seeking out help is a courageous first step towards healing - wishing you the best!

Hi there - I know how confusing and overwhelming it can be dealing with an unhealthy relationship with food, especially when it might be a serious disorder. I’m 37 years old and have had similar struggles, which is why I want to offer my support and understanding.

I’ve found that counseling and talking to a trusted mental health professional can be the best way to start addressing any issues related to Binge Eating Disorder. That doesn’t necessarily need to happen in-person either - there are plenty of online resources you can use as well if you’d prefer that option.

Even though it’s a difficult journey, reaching out for help is an important first step. It takes strength and courage for one to look inward an address their feelings head-on. You should also feel proud of yourself for acknowledging the problem and taking the initiative to seek help!

Feel free to reach out anytime for more support or advice!