Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Overeaters Anonymous Marathon of Meetings

The struggle with compulsive overeating can be a lonely and isolating experience.  If you are currently dealing with compulsive overeating, you may feel ashamed or embarrassed as a result of these behaviors, finding it difficult to reach out for help and support.  You are not alone in your struggles.  By joining a support group, you can take a positive step towards recovery and freedom from the prison that compulsive overeating can create.  Finding connections to others who have had experience in a similar path can offer the encouragement you need towards healing and self-care.  Such support groups that could offer these connections include Overeaters Anonymous, which is a worldwide fellowship that has created a solution to the problems arising from overeating.  WIth more than 6,500 group meetings and over 54,000 members, the odds are that you can find someone to connect and relate to!

To read more about Overeaters Anonymous and their upcoming Marathon of Meetings, please continue here.


  1. Yes I agree to this because I know how helpful joining these support groups can be. I myself was a victim of the compulsive eating binge disorder and went through the trauma of this disease. I know it is not easy to go and reveal this out in front of the whole world. However, once I did it I realized how efficiently these groups work.
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  2. I have another suggestion too as a friend of mine has recently set up a 10 week programme called healing overeating which is designed to help people work through the reasons they overeat in the first place. You can find out more here: I'd strongly recommend it as Jennie is well respected in the health and healing community