Is full recovery from an eating disorder even possible? I share my thoughts and experiences with this in a short video.
Prior to discovering intuitive eating, I would feel obligated to eat food at social gatherings. If I were offered food, I felt refusing would be rude, so I would accept the food and eat it despite not being hungry. Read about this in the article “Back Off Man, I’m an Intuitive Eater!“
Overexercising was a huge part of my eating disorder and in this short video I share a little bit about my experience.
Every time I feel like I have a handle on intuitive eating something new comes my way. This is especially true when it comes to giving myself permission to eat all foods label-free and without guilt. I started off with fairly standard “naughty” foods like chips, cake, and donuts. I tackled each one separately and only moved on once I felt that that particular food was normalized for me. This process started about three years ago and, after about year, I felt I had made peace with all foods, that is, until about a month ago. …
If I don’t think twice about honoring my need to use the little girl’s room, then why do I question my body when it’s hungry? Read about this on my blog in the article “But I Just Ate!“
I love to bake, but I wasn’t able to enjoy it when I was in the middle of my eating disorder. Times have changed though! After much hard work, I am now baking and enjoying cake guilt-free!
My Mind My Body proudly presents the Intuitive Eating Video Series. This episode is called “Feel Your Fullness”.
Body dysmorphia was a huge part of my eating disorder and in this short video I share a little bit about what that looked like for me.
This is a guest blog post from Rhiannon, one of my Intuitive Eating For Beginners group moderators on Facebook. She has so much experience with intuitive eating that I want to share some of her wisdom.
When I think about reverting back to dieting and counting calories, it helps me to know that the “calories in, calories out” meme is a HUGE misinterpretation of the first law of thermodynamics. …
I put on my big-girl pants, so to speak, and purged my closet. By letting go of these items that no longer serve me, I have released yet another link to my eating disordered past. Read about this in the article “Purging My Closet“!