Why Did We Evolve to Demean Ourselves? - Never Binge Again
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Why Did We Evolve to Demean Ourselves?

People are often very confused by how our survival drives can have evolved to create demeaning, self-critical voices after (and sometimes before) a binge and/or overeating episode. In this short, 5 minute audio I do my best to explain!

The takeaway is, that self-critical, extremely negative voice after a binge is only motivated to get you to binge MORE so you shouldn’t listen to it! Pay attention to what you did wrong, make necessary adjustments, and then let go of the guilt and shame as they will not only not serve you, they’ll make the problem much worse!

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