It's a tough one. I've been through similar, but my ways of dealing with that "bugger it all, I'll do whatever I want" feeling that opens up a binge may not be relevant to you.
Here are a few ideas that might work though. I've used variations of them during the past year and they seem to have helped:
* Remove temptation from the immediate area by tossing out all the biscuits or whatever poor defenceless foods you're attacking on a whim. You can't eat what you can't find.
* As soon as you recognise a growing compulsion to wolf down some food then reach for a big glass of water - perhaps keep a water bottle on hand - and drink lots over the course of a few minutes.
* You might be missing certain nutrients or just bored by bland food. Try something different - perhaps prepare some meals with foreign exotic spices, or unusual tastes.
* Look at your bingeing in a harsh, cold light - remind yourself that it is killing you, slowly but surely. Cancer, heart disease, fatty liver, diabetes, tiredness, poor self-esteem - the list of wrongness goes on. Don't do it. Stop eating rubbish now and get back on the wagon to a fit and healthy life.
* Success breeds success. Set yourself a small goal, such as no food attacks in the morning. Feel the thrill of success come midday. Continue that wonderful feeling by continuing the success of controlling your food-related impulses.
* Pretend that you don't really have a choice to binge or not. "No choice" means "no binge". Try it.
* Over the longer term try yo build up some good eating habits that get so ingrained that your food cravings crash against them like waves against a breakwater wall.
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