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  This week I talk to June Alexander, who was in her fifties when she fully recovered from long-term anorexia. June’s personal bio: I  love sharing my writing passion by helping people with eating disorder experience to tell their stories.  I believe everyone has a story to tell and the way it is told makes all […]

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Over the next couple of weeks I will be posting blogs focusing on “recovery commitments.” These recovery commitments posts will be outlining some of the most common reasons that people in recovery get anxious and stressed and suggesting some simplifications for those moments. I believe that one of the fundamental reasons that we feel stressed […]

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  Rebecca Scritchfield is a registered dietitian nutritionist, certified exercise physiologist, author of the book Body Kindness, and host of the Body Kindness podcast. Through her weight-inclusive counseling practice, she helps people make peace with food, find the joy in exercise, and create a better life with workable goals that fit individual interests. Central to all her […]

The post Rebecca Scritchfield 2018: Body Kindness and postpartum body image appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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This blog is for partners of adults with eating disorders. However, I’m writing it from the perspective of a person with an eating disorder. I was a person with an eating disorder who loved her partner, but there were times when my actions might have given the opposite impression. So, a lot of what I […]

The post When you partner has an eating disorder: Avoiding intimacy appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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In this podcast I talk about my personal highlights from the ICED conference presentation that I was part this year with Rebecka Peeples, Rachel Millner and Therese Waterhaus.   Rebecka Peebles Rebecka Peebles, MD, is an Adolescent Medicine Specialist and Co-director of the Eating Disorder Assessment and Treatment Program at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr. […]

The post Family support: is it appropriate for adults too? [Podcast] appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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I mentioned the uncomfortable silence that stopping the compulsions and rituals that many of us with anorexia establish in a previous blog on lower-level movement here. This post is an elaboration on that. A “spiritually enlightened” person once said this to me: “You have to first create space for new and better things if you […]

The post Complusive Movement Cold Turkey: Creating space for new things appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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Personal story time! Not everyone who is suffering from long-term malnutrition turns to stealing, but I think it is a lot more prevalent than most people assume it is. It makes sense why a brain that believes resources are scarce would feel the need to take without giving anything away. In this podcast, I talk […]

The post Why my eating disorder turned me into a grocery thief [Podcast] appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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This is a tough one. Other scarcity mindset traits like hoarding items, and obsessively saving money are weird but don’t have the same shame and guilt attached to them as stealing does. I have written in detail about my own kleptomania.  In this post I want to further impress that yoinking stuff is to do with […]

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Transcript – thank you Marie! Restrictive Eating Disorders and Hoarding   Hello there and welcome to this weeks podcast. Just me this week, I’m not going to talk to anyone so you’re just going to have to put up with my voice. Today I’m going to talk about anorexia and hoarding. I’ve videoed a YouTube […]

The post Restrictive Eating Disorders and Hoarding [Podcast] appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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I know I have blogged about eating disorders and money before. I have even done some podcasts on it. But I want to make sure that people link anxiety around spending money, and the scarcity mindset that food restriction creates. Scarcity mindset: For the evolving human, food and resource scarcity would have been one of […]

The post Your Brain on Malnutrition: Eating Disorders and Money appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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