Feelings don't have to be so scary and in this training session I will share with you some ways to feel like a boss over your emotions.
Living a healthy life is so much more than dieting or losing weight. It's learning to trust your body and stop thinking your body is the problem.
Full Recovery IS possible, I see it happen every day, so today I am going to tell you how to make recovery possible, even for you!
This on demand survival pack is what you need to help you get your mind right when you are having a bad body image day.
To feel “not sick enough” is very common thinking around eating disorders, and it's actually a symptom. If you are asking this question, you are sick enough.
You can live a healthy life without obsessing about your weight and your diet. Stop agonizing over your body and start feeling OK about how you look.
You may be experiencing the pressure to try to make some changes in the New Year. New Year Resolutions are so common which makes living with an eating disorder challenging.
Learn why it's so hard to accept your recovered body, why your body is not the problem, and how to embrace your new self. It's all about how your brain is talking to you about how you look and feel. That can change!
Your body feels uncomfortable because something bad happened to you. Trauma deeply affects how your body feels. In order to heal from trauma you need patience and kindness, mostly for yourself.
How to start feeling more secure around food, and stop obsessing about your body and your diet, so you can focus on having more meaningful relationships with the people whom you care and who care about you.
You gotta feel it to heal it, so you can confidently get through it, identify how you handle the tough stuff and understand why you feel the way you feel, so you can manage those tough emotions.
This on demand course will teach you how to make eating disorder recovery a reality, by learning to actually enjoy taking care of yourself and stop feeling like a selfish jerk by learning to feeling motivated and encouraged to kick ED's ass.
ED loves to tell you to work out harder, faster, longer, stronger and better, but if you learn to find balance, you can also learn to get exercise right, which I know took me a long time to figure out, but it was worth it. You can do it, too!
Embrace your beauty, inside and out. Learn to find the balance within yourself, so you can stop agonizing over your body and how you look, obsessing about your weight and your diet, and be kinder to yourself about how you look and feel.
Ever wish your loved ones and people around you knew more about your eating disorder and how to be supportive, without triggering you? This is an opportunity for them to begin to understand your challenges and open a conversation.
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