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If you overindulged at the Thanksgiving table this year, you’re certainly not alone. Yet a food binge for someone with disordered eating problems can bring about significantly different mental and emotional ramifications than for the average person. Coping with a Food Binge While you can’t undo the past, you can move forward with healthy, self-affirming …

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