Posts tagged conversation
Erin(convo) - Kicking the Scale: A Journey to Recovery

In my conversation with Erin, she and I talk about friendships in eating disorder recovery, eating disorders in college athletes, raising a child with food allergies, recovery tips and goals, and more.

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Amy(convo) - Finding Joy After Her Struggle With an Eating Disorder

In our conversation, Amy and I talk more about religion & God, social media in recovery, weight gain post weight restoration, when weight changes with age, southern smash, and more.

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Janine(convo) - Leader, Journal Author, Recovered from Anorexia

In my conversation with Janine, she and I talk more about being a recovery role model, how to find motivation to heal when the people around you don’t understand your struggle, having a relationship with how your body looks, positive affirmations and more.

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Elena - Shake Up Your Life, Reshape Your World!

Elena reads a chapter from her upcoming book that tells of her struggle with binge eating disorder and bulimia from a young age. In our conversation we talk about how visualization and inner child work helped her heal, as well as EDs and recovery in Italy, and advice for mothers of children with EDs.

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Sarah(convo) - Recovered, Heart vs. Head, ED Recovery Coach

In my conversation with Sarah, she and I talk more about eating disorders and identity, spirituality and meditation, body image, how to deal with friends who diet, and more.

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Amanda - A Recovery Journey to Self-Love

Amanda tells about her struggles and relapses with anorexia and depression and shares treatment tools She and I talk about our experiences with residential treatment, coping skills and motivation in recovery, blind weights, relationships, and more.

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Mollie(convo) - Clinician, Boxer, Lover of Pancakes

In my conversation with Mollie we talk about the amazingness of the female body, as well as give advice for how parents can approach puberty with their daughters. We also talk about the neuroscience behind bulimia, Overeaters Anonymous, and the recovery vs recovered debate from the standpoint of the 12-steps.

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