Anorexia Fears: Eating More

Anorexia Fears: Eating More

I hated being underweight. I hated that if I left the house, schoolkids would shout “skinny freak” at me as I walked past. I hated that I couldn’t sit down without it hurting. I wanted to gain weight. But, I feared gaining weight, and I feared eating...
Anorexia recovery while managing a young family [Podcast]

Anorexia recovery while managing a young family [Podcast]

  Recovery from Anorexia is often a time of heightened anxiety and stress. Managing recovery while looking after a young family is a reality for many adult sufferers. In this podcast Tabitha talks to an adult in recovery, Erin, about managing recovery with young...
Anorexia and Kleptomania

Anorexia and Kleptomania

klep·to·ma·ni·a noun a recurrent urge to steal, typically without regard for need or profit. This is a hard post to have to write. It’s important as shame is a present enough feeling for a person in recovery from Anorexia as it is — thinking that you are a...
Anorexia Recovery, Weight Restoration, and Energy Debt

Anorexia Recovery, Weight Restoration, and Energy Debt

I published a podcast this week titled, Energy Deficit | Energy Debt | Target Weights | Weight vs State Restoration, and I will explain Energy Debt in detail in this post. Energy Debt: The accumulation of the effects of long-term energy deficit such as lack of bodily...
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