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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 […]

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In this podcast, Tabitha talks to Drake, who is in recovery from an eating disorder and wanted to share some hope.

The post Recovery Stories: Unrestricted eating and freedom [Podcast] appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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I blogged about the scarcity mindset last week. Now I will go a little more into some of the more common behavioral repercussions that I have noticed people with malnourished brains tend to develop. This blog post is about hoarding. Not all of you reading this will have developed a tendency to hoard food, but […]

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

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I’ve done a load of YouTube videos on “your brain on malnutrition” but this is such an important aspect of understanding your anorexia or eating disorder behaviours that I’m going to start a series on it in this blog too. Scarcity mindset is what your brain adopts when it believes that resources are scarce. I […]

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In this podcast Tabitha talks to a person in recovery about her struggles with diabulimia.   link to the BBC diabulimia documentary mentioned: https://youtu.be/tSLjM6cZaTo

The post Recovery Stories: The dangers of diabulimia appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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This is another post I should have written a long time ago. I am aware that I use “anorexia” almost exclusively in this blog, but the reason for that is that I try to keep it to my personal experience and anorexia (with a very hefty side of exercise compulsion) is my experience. And, lazyiness […]

The post If you are restricting, purging, compensating, regardless of your body size, this blog is for you appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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In this podcast Tabitha talks to the wonderful Dr Gaudiani about the important and often misunderstood topic of edema. In this podcast we cover: pitting edema dangers of long-term edema triggering aspects of edema edema and purging medications for edema if long-term edema in the abcess of purging the importance of specialised advice The Gaudiani […]

The post Ask Dr G: Edema [Podcast] appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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I’ve written about Mid-Recovery Clusterfuck stuff before, more in the sense of the emotions that blow up when your brain starts to care more about other people and life experiences than it does about obsessing over food and exercise. And the discomfort and grief that comes with the realisation that you have missed out on […]

The post Mid-Recovery Clusterfuck: Body Guilt appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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Lower-level movement After stopping exercise, it became clear that my lower-level movement urges — walking, cleaning, shopping-without-buying, etc — were increasing. It took me a while to work out I had to cease responding to all these compulsions too. More on lower-level movement here, but this post today is about some of the reasons it […]

The post Lower-level movement and why it is scary to be still appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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In this podcast Tabitha talks to Sarah Thompson about her recovery, and her journey into body positivity. We also discuss: Being queer and having an eating disorder Weight stigma in eating disorder treatment The Be Nourished retreat and certification Recovery in an environment that encourages restriction and weight loss Sarah Thompson is an eating disorder […]

The post Recovery Stories: Recovering despite weight stigma in eating disorder treatment [Podcast] appeared first on Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults.

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