I Must have an eating disorder," I thought one morning as I...

I Must have an eating disorder," I thought one morning as I struggled to my car. I was on my way to the office following an evening, like many others, of overindulgence. I was utterly discouraged about myself and about my apparently total lack of discipline.

Truly I wanted a better sense of myself. But as much as I did, I could not seem to get past these evenings of self-indulgent eating. I would come home at night feeling tired and sorry for myself and would proceed to gratify every eating whim until the evening was too far gone to do anything else but tumble into bed, still feeling unsatisfied and unfulfilled and certainly unattractive.

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