Hey girlie, I just saw you over on my journal and decided to check out yours!
It looks like you've been having a lot of trouble with binging. I have a history of binge-eating disorder, so I totally understand. I think the main thing you have to see is this:
Food solves hunger by providing nutrition--but that is the ONLY problem it solves. If you are eating and you're not hungry, you are trying to solve some other problem with food, and it won't work. But, this is a pretty cool first-alarm system, because it is letting you know there is some sort of problem to be addressed. So when you find yourself eating (or about to eat) and you are not hungry, go grab a pen and write down all the things that could possibly be wrong that aren't able to be solved with food. Maybe you're bored? Tired? Stressed? There are things to address those issues that you could be doing--and you could be feeling BETTER instead of worse (because when you eat instead of address the actual problems, you still have the underlying problem AND you feel bad that you ate something you shouldn't have).
I did this by keeping a record, for one straight week, every time I ate. I would write the time, my hunger level on a scale of 1 (starving and ready to knaw off my own arm for some nutrition) to 10 (Thanksgiving-day stuffed), what I planned to eat, and my emotions/how I felt. Then I'd come back after I was done eating and write the exact same items, except I'd write what I did eat instead of what I had planned to eat. I saw MAJOR patterns. Like I was eating at 3PM every day even though I was at a level 8 (not hungry at all) and my emotions were always "BORED." But that information empowered me--I was able to decide that I could address boredom alot more efficiently by (1) reading a romance novel; (2) walking down the hall to chat with a buddy; (3) cruising Amazon.com for purses, books, workout clothes, etc.; (4) planning my weekend, etc. etc. etc. Any and all of these things were superior in addressing the actual problem to eating. So that's an idea for you to maybe try and see what you learn about yourself!
Finally, I already mentioned the Paleo Coach in my journal, but it's on my mind, and one thing the author said was that every time we eat we are making a particular decision: do I want my long-term goals more than this food item? So in reading your intro piece, applied to you every time you are about to eat something non-Primal or even eating something Primal when you are not hungry, you should think about the idea that you are in fact chosing to eat that instead of reaching "My goal: To loose fat, gain strength and to reach a weight that is reasonable for my frame, using the principles of the Primal Blueprint. My motivation: I would like to enjoy life like all the success stories I read about on MDA!"
I bet when you think of it that way, you would choose your goal and motivation over ice cream any day!
Good luck and please feel free to PM me if you ever need to talk this type of thing out, I'm telling you it's all I've been working on for five years (and I've not binged in I don't know how long, so it works!).