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Where to start with this one? You’ve probably heard the news that Weight Watchers is targeting teenagers now with a free membership. Looks like they are on the hunt for more lifelong members. Lifelong being the word, because dieting behaviour tends to lead to a whole host of long-term problems — mental and physical. For […]

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Gaslighting = manipulate (someone) by psychological means into questioning their own sanity. Gaslighting is usually thought of in a domestic abuse setting but also happens in many other settings — including therapy. This sort of behaviour is not limited to eating disorder patients. It’s the story of therapists using their authority, and professional status to convince […]

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  In this podcast Tabitha talks to Elisa Oras about recovery.  Topics covered include: – Anorexia in people in larger bodies – Bulimia, and binge/purge subtypes – Feast eating in recovery – Eating lots of food! – Non-traditional recovery routes – The important of listening to your body and allowing yourself to eat and rest.  […]

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In this episode, I talk to “Simon’s Cat” a woman in recovery from anorexia. She shares her story about going back home to live with her parents for 3 months in order to start her recovery and get though the thoughest parts of the refeeding process.   Support this podcast via Patreon! You can support […]

The post Recovery Stories: How allowing my parents to refeed me saved my life [Podcast] appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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Here’s a question I got via email today. I will write here my opinion on this question. I would like to remind readers that my opinion is just that, and that we are all unique individuals so it would be impossible for my general opinion on anything at all to be conclusive for all individuals. […]

The post Question/Answer: Why is it so difficult for me to eat more? appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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I recently was interviewed for The Connected Yoga Teacher. You can listen to the podcast here: We cover my story with anorexia, men with eating disorders, veganism, the words that we use around body size, food, and diet, in the yoga studio and the world, and a ton more! “I want you to understand that […]

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I write a recovery blog, so I understand the irony of this post. I need to write it anyway. When I had “active” anorexia, I never read a thing about it. I remember a couple of times people trying to send me a newspaper or magazine clipping on anorexia (yes, I am that old, and […]

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In this podcast, Dr Jennifer Gaudiani talks about your bones, and what the effects of malnutrition caused by a restrictive eating disorder such as anorexia, can be on your bone health. We talk about: How malnutrition affects your bones Bone density Osteoporosis Osteopenia The various treatment options About The Gaudiani Clinic The Gaudiani Clinic provides […]

The post Ask Dr G: Anorexia, malnutrition and your bones appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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  In this podcast Tabitha talks to Dr Laura Hill about motivation to change in anorexia recovery. But this time we’re talking about motivation to change on the side of the clinician, rather than the patient. Link to Dr Laura Hill’s book,“A Brain-Based Approach to Eating Disorder Treatment” –> http://www.brainbasedeatingdisorders.org/ About Dr Laura Hill Dr. Laura […]

The post Dr Laura Hill: Motivation to Change in Anorexia Recovery [Podcast] appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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I believe that full recovery is possible for every person who is currently suffering from or in recover from anorexia. Here’s my two cents on why I don’t thing that the the “in recovery,” or “remission” rhetoric is particularly helpful. I’m sometimes glad I didn’t read any recovery blogs before I started my own recovery. […]

The post Recovered. Not perpetually “in recovery.” Not forever “recovering.” appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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