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Chucking in the slimming world towel
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PlayOnWurtz · 25/04/2017 16:10

It's giving me really disordered thoughts around food. I have OCD and I'm getting obsessive about what I eat and if it's not on plan then I'm simply not eating. This sucks. I need to lose weight in a way that doesn't mess with my mental health. Any "plan" I feel is going to cause the same issues.

Back to the drawing board

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Tootsiepops · 25/04/2017 16:13

I had to chuck it too. The leader's opening words were 'you can eat as much pasta as you want'. I'm a binge eater - it really, really wasn't a healthy thing for me to hear! I'm having CBT now to help me deal with my disordered thinking.

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PlayOnWurtz · 25/04/2017 16:22

Sorry to see you had similar issues tootsie I'm at a loss as to what to try next.

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kalinkafoxtrot45 · 25/04/2017 16:25

I'm doing Rebelfit. Look them up on Facebook - totally different approach, it might appeal to you.

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kalinkafoxtrot45 · 25/04/2017 16:26

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

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AristonAndOn · 25/04/2017 20:56

I'm a binge eater and am having great success with the no S diet. You are not told what you can and can't eat at meals, so the restriction is less triggering for a binge. Have a look at our thread!

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Sample1936 · 27/04/2017 06:03

Op eating one or two meals a day works for me.

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