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Two years of being a bulimia coach, helping others through recovery and four years of full recovery have taught me a lot about what it really takes to overcome bulimia.
Today I’m going to share some of the biggest lessons I’ve learned during this time.
I hope that my personal insight and understanding of recovery will help you to feel motivated and inspired as you continue on your journey.
Perhaps I can even help you to see certain aspects of recovery a little differently too?
Okay, the first lesson may be a bit of a shocker, but here we go…
What’s the best eating disorder recovery book you’ve ever read? Being a bit of a bookworm I’ve managed to work my way through mountains of recovery-type books over the years and I’d love to share just a few of my favourites with you today.
I don’t believe anyone who has an eating disorder is “crazy” or “insane” – what horrible disempowering words they are! However, I do know that a lot of the time, recovery can certainly make you feel that way. So check out these 5 top tips for staying sane in recovery...
In this article we discuss the importance of support during recovery and more importantly - where to find it!
While I was recovering from bulimia I was always on the look out for any bulimia tips and tricks I could get my hands on in order to make my recovery a little easier. Now that I’ve been fully recovered for over 2 years I thought it would be a great idea to share some of my favourite bulimia tips with you all!
The title says it all really - this article explores why you experience relapses in recovery and more importantly looks at how you can learn to deal with them.
Does the thought of ditching your weighing scale send your anxiety levels through the roof? This article explores some excellent strategies that will help you to reduce the amount of times you check your weight.
This inspirational course will teach you the fundamentals of recovery and guide you towards taking your first step.
Back in 2006 Ali Kerr confessed to her husband Richard that she suffered from bulimia. Unfortunately inpatient treatment was too expensive and therapy proved ineffective.
Out of desperation they began researching and questioning everything they knew about bulimia.
From their research they pioneered a straight forward methodology that allowed Ali to make a full and rapid recovery. This knowledge became the foundation of the Bulimia Help Method recovery program.
The program is now recommended by experts, doctors and eating disorder charities around the world and is the webs largest bulimia recovery program
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