Podcast: What Does Binge Eating Disorder Feel Like?

In this episode of the Psych Central Show, hosts Gabe Howard and Vincent M. Wales discuss Binge Eating Disorder. At his heaviest, Gabe weighed 550 pounds. He describes in detail how he went from a “normal-sized” guy to being morbidly obese, his return to being “normal-sized,” and addresses the question of whether he was, in fact, addicted to food. During the second half of the show, our hosts welcome Lisa, a woman who was with Gabe during this period of his life. She shares her experience of what it was like being with someone with binge eating disorder and how he finally confronted it. * Show Highlights: * [1:13]     What is Binge Eating Disorder? [5:27]     Is Binge Eating Disorder Really a food addiction? [11:23]   Gabe’s Friend, Lisa, describes what Gabe was like at 550 pounds. [12:34]   Gabe confronts binge eating disorder. [13:45]   Gabe describes his gastric bypass surgery experience. Listen as Our Hosts Talk About Binge Eating Disorder “One of the things I remember very specifically about being so heavy was just the difficulty that I had doing things.” ~ Gabe Howard Proud Sponsor of The Psych Central Show   About The Psych Central Show Podcast Hosts Gabe Howard is an award-winning writer and speaker who lives with bipolar and anxiety disorders. In addition to hosting The Psych Central Show, Gabe is an associate editor for PsychCentra...
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