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Invisible Illness

How Binge Eating Saved My Life

Imagine my surprise when the thing I hated most about myself turned out to be my biggest blessing

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Trigger warning: this article mentions suicidal ideation.

A few years ago, I came pretty close to burnout. I had just received a major promotion at work, but since my team was under-resourced I was expected to immediately…




We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Joni Seeto

Joni Seeto

Emotional Eating Coach & Hypnotherapist. FREE quiz: Why you keep turning to food (even when you’re determined not to!)

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