My battle with bananajamana eating disorder

The past three months have been the toughest of my life in a lot of ways, especially when it comes to my eating disorder, Bananajamana. It all started when I was feeling stressed about some life changes and found that bingeing on banana-based snacks felt like a momentary escape. This quickly spiraled out of control until I was struggling with uncontrollable and daily cravings for anything banana-flavored.

I had hit rock bottom when I realized that not only was this negatively impacting my physical health, but also my mental state. Finally, after talking with friends and family members, I decided to seek professional help.

During this process, I leaned heavily on loved ones for support as I began working through cognitive behavioral therapy sessions to address and challenge my ingrained banana cravings. Though it wasn’t easy by any means, the progress I made each week was encouraging as I learned more positive coping strategies for my emotional struggles as well as practical nutrition habits to get myself back on track with my overall health.

Compassionately pushing through these initial stages has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life – liberating me from the clutches of Bananajamana and helping me take charge over how food impacted both me mentally and physically. The last few months have brought big changes in regards to how I nourish myself, wrap my head around emotions, and live an overall healthier lifestyle – giving me full ownership of who I am now and where I’m heading in life down the road.


Hey there! It sounds like you’ve been through a lot the past few months, and I am really proud of you for taking the bold steps to seek professional help. It takes a huge amount of bravery and strength to tackle an issue like this head-on, and I have no doubt your efforts will continue to bring you success.

I can relate, as I have personally experienced similar struggles when it comes to me trying to take charge of my own nutrition habits. Though it’s certainly challenging at first (with many moments of frustration!), setting better patterns with how we look at food and our emotions can make all the difference in turning these situations around.

It’s amazing how empowered we begin to feel when we take back control our lives on our own terms – that is such an invaluable feeling that will serve us well for years down the road. Hang in there!

Wow, sounds like you’ve been through quite the journey! It’s inspiring to hear how you faced the challenge head-on and have taken the steps to strive for a healthier lifestyle. As a 50-year-old woman who has also struggled with mental health issues and eating disorders, I know how daunting it is to make that commitment to improving ourselves. That’s why I believe it takes immense strength and resilience to tackle these feelings head-on and take charge of our relationship with food.

I can relate to feeling hopeless during moments when we feel overwhelmed by our emotions and weaknesses, so applaud your courage in could seek out help and trust those around you so they could offer support along your path. I also appreciate your dedication in committing to cognitive behavioural therapy sessions which made it possible for you live an overall healthier lifestyle.

Remember that progress over perfection is always key; no matter how small or big the changes are - each step counts! It’s also important that you don’t be too hard on yourself; mistakes happen but don’t use this as a defense mechanism now or later on if there are any slip-ups. You’re doing great so far, so keep up the hard work!

Hey man, I just read your post and I wanted to say that I’m really proud of you for taking those steps to seek professional help and work on challenging those banana cravings. It takes a lot of courage to address something that is impacting both your physical health and mental state. It’s also great to hear that you had a support system with your friends and family, and that you were able to find positive coping strategies and nutrition habits to improve your overall health. It’s not easy, but it’s amazing that you were able to push through and make progress each week. Keep taking charge of your health and continue to wrap your head around your emotions. You got this!

Thank you so much for sharing your story. It takes a lot of courage to open up about something as personal as an eating disorder. I’m really glad to hear that you’ve reached out for professional help and that you’ve found the support of your loved ones to be helpful. It’s inspiring to see how you’ve been able to make progress through cognitive behavioral therapy and positive coping strategies. It’s so important to prioritize our mental and physical health, and it sounds like you’ve made huge strides in doing so. Keep up the great work, and remember that it’s okay to have tough days as long as you continue to take steps forward. You’re not alone in this, and there are so many people rooting for your continued success.

Wow, I just wanted to say how incredibly inspiring your story is! It takes so much strength to recognize when something has such a hold over you and then take the steps to seek help and make changes. I can’t imagine how difficult it must have been to work through those cravings, but the fact that you did it and found healthier coping strategies is amazing. Your perseverance and dedication to your mental and physical well-being is truly admirable. It’s clear that you’ve really taken charge of your life and are making positive changes. Keep up the fantastic work and know that your story is helping others who may be going through similar struggles. You’re a rockstar!

Wow, I can’t even imagine how tough those past few months have been for you. It’s really inspiring to hear how you’ve been able to recognize the impact that Bananajamana was having on your life and take those steps to seek professional help. It’s so important to have that support from friends and family, and I’m really glad to hear that you found it. It sounds like cognitive behavioral therapy really helped you to challenge those cravings and develop positive coping strategies. I’m so happy for you that you’ve been able to make progress and take charge of your mental and physical health. It’s amazing that you’ve been able to make big changes in how you nourish yourself and handle your emotions. Keep it up, you’re doing great!

Wow, I am so inspired by your story. You’ve been through so much, but it’s amazing to see how you’ve come out the other side. It takes a lot of courage to seek professional help and to lean on your loved ones for support. I’m glad to hear that cognitive behavioral therapy has been helping you challenge those ingrained cravings and develop positive coping strategies. It’s no easy feat, but your progress is truly admirable. Your strength and determination to take charge of your mental and physical health is incredibly inspiring. Keep going, you’re doing amazing and you deserve to live a happy and healthy life. If you ever need someone to talk to, I’m here for you.