Author : Tyler Oakley
Genre : Humor
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
ISBN : 9781501117718
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File Download : 292 page

Pop-culture phenomenon, social rights advocate, and the most prominent LGBTQ+ voice on YouTube, Tyler Oakley brings you Binge, his New York Times bestselling collection of witty, personal, and hilarious essays. For someone who made a career out of over-sharing on the Internet, Tyler has a shocking number of personal mishaps and shenanigans to reveal in his first book: experiencing a legitimate rage blackout in a Cheesecake Factory; negotiating a tense stand­off with a White House official; crashing a car in front of his entire high school, in an Arby’s uniform; projectile vomiting while bartering with a grandmother; and so much more. In Binge, Tyler delivers his best untold, hilariously side-splitting moments with the trademark flair that made him a star.


Author : Douglas Coupland
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Random House Canada
ISBN : 9781039000520
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File Download : 273 page

NATIONAL BESTSELLER The first new work of fiction since 2013 from one of Canada's most successful, idiosyncratic and world-defining writers, Douglas Coupland. He's called it Binge because it's impossible to read just one. Imagine feeling 100% alive every moment of every minute of the day! Maybe that's how animals live. Or trees, even. I sometimes stare at the plastic bag tree visible from my apartment window and marvel that both it and I are equally alive and that there's no sliding scale of life. You're either alive, or you're not. Or you're dead or you're not. Thirty years after Douglas Coupland broke the fiction mould and defined a generation with Generation X, he is back with Binge, 60 stories laced with his observational profundity about the way we live and his existential worry about how we should be living: the very things that have made him such an influential and bestselling writer. Not to mention that he can also be really funny. Here the narrators vary from story to story as Doug catches what he calls "the voice of the people," inspired by the way we write about ourselves and our experiences in online forums. The characters, of course, are Doug's own: crackpots, cranks and sweetie-pies, dad dancers and perpetrators of carbecues. People in the grip of unconscionable urges; lonely people; dying people; silly people. If you love Doug's fiction, this collection is like rain on the desert.

Binge Tv

Author : Emil Steiner
Genre : Performing Arts
Publisher : McFarland
ISBN : 9781476647494
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 251 page

For the first 70 years of television, broadcasters dictated the terms of the viewing experience, deciding not only when but how much of a program an audience could watch. Binge-watching destroyed that model by placing control of the experience in the hands of the viewer. In this book, media scholar Emil Steiner chronicles the technological and cultural struggle between broadcasters and viewers, which reached a climax in the early 2010s with the emergence of streaming video platforms. Through extensive interviews and archival research, this groundbreaking project traces the history of binge-watching from its idiot box roots to the new normal of Peak TV. Along the way, Steiner exposes the news campaigns waged by disruptive technology companies that exploited a long-simmering, revolutionary narrative of viewer empowerment to take over the broadcast industry. Binge-watching, an individual's act of gaining control and losing control through the remote control, exposed a debate that had been raging since the first TV set was turned on--one that asks, "Who controls the story?"

Binge No More

Author : Joyce D. Nash
Genre : Self-Help
Publisher : New Harbinger Publications
ISBN : 9781608827206
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File Download : 304 page

In Binge No More, eating disorder specialist Dr. Joyce Nash provides all the information, encouragement, and guidance readers need to transform their relationship with food. Readers will identify with th experiences of other binge eaters whose insightful sotries are told throughout the book. Rather than providing a one-size-gits-all soulution to binge eating, Dr. Nash provides as variety of sound cognitive therapy techniques and coping strategies to help readers understand their own binge eating problems and overcome them. Therpaists and family emmbers concerned about a loved one’s eating disorder will also find this booka valuable resource. Based on the most recent scientific research, and reflecting Dr. Nash’s many year sof clinical experience, this authoritative guide presents clear, step-by-step guidelines that show readers how to: Assess and change binge behavior patterns Confront the negative thoughts that fuel binge eating Identify and disarm triggers that set off out-of-control eating Cope with emotions and build interpersonal skills Establish stable, healthy eating habits and reduce the risk of relapse

Binge And Bingeability

Author : Arienne Ferchaud
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Lexington Books
ISBN : 9781793603296
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File Download : 105 page

Binge and Bingeability: The Antecedents and Consequences of Binge Watching Behavior examines how the television industry has transformed over time to create the circumstances in which binge watching as a mass behavior can emerge, and what role audiences have played in the rising prevalence of this behavior. Arienne Ferchaud, recognizing that this behavior did not spring, fully formed, from streaming services, ties cultural approaches to binge watching with media psychology-oriented theories, including the concept of “bingeability”—the likelihood that a specific sow will be binge watched—alongside the psychological impacts binge watching may have on viewers over time. Scholars of media studies, television studies, sociology, cultural studies, and psychology will find this book particularly useful.

Reclaiming Yourself From Binge Eating

Author : Leora Fulvio
Genre : Health & Fitness
Publisher : John Hunt Publishing
ISBN : 9781780996813
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 247 page

Are you one of the millions of people suffering from Binge Eating Disorder? Are you caught in the trap of binge eating, emotional eating, mindless eating, and diet obsession? This book will help you to stop binge eating right now. You will heal the underlying issues that lead to your binge eating when you implement this complete mind, body and spirit approach to healing. It will help you to become the person who you know you are while gently guiding you away from the tyranny of food and body obsession, diets, binge eating and scales. You will come to a place of freedom and peace around food and your body so that you can enjoy your life. You will be able to breathe with ease and settle in to a place of normalcy around food and your body. Reclaiming Yourself from Binge Eating uses a new approach to treating binge eating that does not include dieting, deprivation, willpower, or any kind of self-criticism. These easy steps to becoming a normal eater are thought provoking, action oriented and enjoyable. Recovery from the torment of food and negative body image is within reach.

Conquering Binge Eating

Author : Stephanie Watson
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
Publisher : The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN : 9781499461992
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File Download : 66 page

Affecting as many as 2.8 percent of adults and 1.6 percent of adolescents, binge eating disorder—consuming an excessive amount of calories regularly—is the most common eating disorder. It often leads to obesity and disposes those with the disorder to serious health risks, including diabetes and heart disease. With the right support, however, binge eating can be conquered. This indispensable resource empowers readers affected by binge eating disorder to seek help and develop a healthy relationship with food. They will learn about the various psychological, physiological, and cultural causes and effects and the steps to developing a positive self-image.

Overcoming Binge Eating For Dummies

Author : Jennie Kramer
Genre : Health & Fitness
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 9781118550878
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 390 page

Control binge eating and get on the path to recovery Overcoming Binge Eating for Dummies provides trusted information, resources, tools, and activities to help you and your loved ones understand your binge eating — and gain control over it. Written with compassion and authority, it uses stories and examples from the authors' work with clients they've helped to overcome this complicated disorder. In Overcoming Binge Eating For Dummies, you'll find information and insight on identifying the symptoms of binge eating disorder, overcoming eating as an addiction, ways to overcome the urge to binge, how to institute a healthy eating pattern, ways to deal with anxiety and emotional eating, and much more. Provides professional resources for seeking additional help for binge eating Includes advice on talking with loved ones about binge eating Offers tips and guidance to establish a safe and healthy recovery plan Overcoming Binge Eating For Dummies is for those currently suffering or recovering from BED, as well as families and friends looking for a comprehensive and expert resource to this widespread but largely misunderstood disorder.

Binge Breaker Tm

Author : Peter M. Miller
Genre : Health & Fitness
Publisher : Grand Central Publishing
ISBN : 9780446930741
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 272 page

Binge eating, eating more food than feels comfortable, is a problem for more than half of all overweight Americans. Binge eating is not bulimia, and while many do it -- over the sink, late at night, or in front of the refrigerator -- yo-yo dieters are especially susceptible. Renowned diet expert Dr. Peter M. Miller reveals the proven six-step program that has already helped thousands of dieters conquer binge eating and lose weight permanently. Readers will discover: -- The psychological and biological reasons for binging -- Ways to eliminate the "all-or-nothing" syndrome -- How to eat "forbidden" foods in moderation -- Breakthrough techniques of "mindfulness" -- the key to overcoming binge eating permanently -- Behavior strategies, eating plans, and a moderate exercise program

Integrative Medicine For Binge Eating

Author : James Greenblatt
Genre : Health & Fitness
Publisher : FriesenPress
ISBN : 9781525541933
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 278 page

Every year millions of Americans struggle to lose weight, financing a huge dieting industry that earns fifty-five billion dollars annually. Despite their efforts, two-thirds of American adults remain either obese or overweight. It’s clear that dieting doesn’t work, and failed attempts to lose weight only make the situation worse by encouraging disordered eating behavior. In Integrative Medicine for Binge Eating, respected psychiatrist and eating disorder expert Dr. James M. Greenblatt explains how appetite is controlled by the brain’s neurochemical systems. The book’s inspiring New Hope model combines the best in traditional and complementary approaches for recovery from Binge Eating Disorder and food addiction. Unlike dieting, which provides only a temporary fix, this book offers a permanent solution based on scientific research to help you reclaim a healthy relationship with food and end the vicious cycle of food addiction. The book delivers: ■ Insight into genetics and eating disorders ■ How laboratory evaluations can point the way to individualized support ■ The role of vitamins and minerals in controlling Binge Eating Disorder ■ The role of medications in controlling Binge Eating Disorder