Recovery Stories: Blue Milk [Podcast]

Recovery Stories: Blue Milk [Podcast]

In this podcast Tabitha talks to a guy in recovery   Transcript thank you Marie! Hello there, welcome to this week’s podcast. This week I had the pleasure of talking to a guy called Chase. And Chase is in recovery from an eating disorder. First Chase got in...
Recovery From Restrictive Eating: Other People’s Food

Recovery From Restrictive Eating: Other People’s Food

“Other people’s food.” You know, the food that other people eat. The food that is for them. Not for you. Not eating other people’s food makes you different. Special. Less dependent. Until you realize it doesn’t. I’d been getting...
Recovery Commitments: No compulsive movement, rules, or rituals

Recovery Commitments: No compulsive movement, rules, or rituals

These recovery commitments posts are 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 in recovery is...
June Alexander: Recovery as an adult, and writing.

June Alexander: Recovery as an adult, and writing.

  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...
Your Brain on Malnutrition: Anorexia and Hoarding

Your Brain on Malnutrition: Anorexia and Hoarding

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...
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