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anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?6 months

I've been gaining for about three years, and have gone from 130lbs to 185 lbs. In that time I've grown to enjoy many things in the past I'd very rarely eat. Things like soda, fast food, ice cream, junk food in general, and a lot of food in general. I'm starting to fear I won't be able to stop whenever I feel ready.

When deciding that you've gained enough, has anyone had trouble stopping? Or will my body eventually get used to the amount I'm eating and just stop gaining?

anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?6 months

I had a really tough time trying to stop gaining more weight .....as I intentionally gained a few years ago.

Mine was mainly because I was stuffing all the time and eating so much .....I completely grew my appetite so huge that I had a really difficult time trying to control my appetite when I eventually tried to stop gaining. Another thing is as your gaining you are eating so many fattening things and actually crave fast food and sweets. Trying to give up those things was almost impossible. It took a long while to readjust my eating and appetite.

I do think that it depends on how long you were gaining and eating like this....in my case it happened to only be 4-5 months. It if you were doing this over the course of several years or longer I imagine it would be even longer to adjust eating habits and appetite if at all.

anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?6 months

In my case/theory, once you start gaining, it is hard to stop. When you are gaining weight, you become used to consuming the large quantity of food which assisted your weight gain, and you don't realise how much more you eat daily to when you were thinner.

I remember beginning to put on weight this time last year, because winter always triggers me to eat more to keep warm. When spring arrived, I was about 10kgs heavier than my normal weight and I was eating almost double to what I used to. When adjusting back to my normal eating ways, my stomach felt completely empty most days, and I quickly reverted to my winter eating habits due to the hatred of my stomach growling all day. Fast forward to today and have gained over 25kgs since and have struggled to stop gaining, not that I care!

anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?6 months

Ive noticed my eating habits are getting a little out of hand. I think about food all the time- Ill even be thinking about what Im going to eat next while eating! Ill pass a Mcdonalds... And I just cant say no once the idea gets in my head.

anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?6 months

I've noticed that people who get in the habit of binging until they can't take a deep breath often can't stop gaining. Even if they stop binging like that, their appetites are out of control.

Binging like that is so crucial to some feedees that they take the risk anyway. It would not be my recommendation but I'm sympathetic.

(I posted a thread on this a few years ago called "Moderation". It was not a popular topic!)

anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?6 months

Note that many people DO manage to stop, but they very often overshoot their goal weight by quite a bit.

anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?5 months

AskDrFeeder:
I've noticed that people who get in the habit of binging until they can't take a deep breath often can't stop gaining. Even if they stop binging like that, their appetites are out of control.

Binging like that is so crucial to some feedees that they take the risk anyway. It would not be my recommendation but I'm sympathetic.


Welp, I was about to make my own reply but I guess I can quote instead, perfect lol smiley

I'm one of those people who got into the habit of binging like that, and I feel like I probably wouldnt be able to stop if I decided to one day. I've tried in the past and wasn't able to, and I was a lot smaller then so I don't think I could now.

You said a deep breath so maybe I'm a bit on the extreme end since my binges often go to a point where I can only get half a breath, but my binges have gotten me to around 400 lbs at a mighty five-foot-nothing.

I personally love my size and love gaining so I have no desire to change my eating habits, but I can see why someone in a similar, even less severe situation might have their doubts. It gets harder to stop the bigger you get and worse you eat, I think. Especially if you've been doing it for years- them habits be hard to break.

anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?5 months


I'm one of those people who got into the habit of binging like that, and I feel like I probably wouldnt be able to stop if I decided to one day.


How often do you binge to that point?

anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?5 months



AskDrFeeder:
How often do you binge to that point?


Honestly? Probably daily (within the last ~9 months, mostly. couple times a week for years before)... not gonna disclose how many times a day smiley My encourager and I enjoy the more extreme end of things, however, so we don't find anything wrong with it.

anyone have trouble stopping or slowing down?5 months



AskDrFeeder:
How often do you binge to that point?

CherryLimeade:
Honestly? Probably daily (within the last ~9 months, mostly. couple times a week for years before)... not gonna disclose how many times a day smiley My encourager and I enjoy the more extreme end of things, however, so we don't find anything wrong with it.


It's not for everyone, but it's the purest form of feedism and if it works for you, kudos!
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