Eating Disorders

No amount of food will fill it. Food might distract you for a minute. It might even numb the pain. Food can certainly make you feel physically full….but not emotionally fulfilled. That empty space will still be there until you fill it with what your soul actually desires.   For some help exploring what your […]

December 4, 2017

The empty space

The key is for us to actually listen to our bodies.  Easier said than done in the culture of distraction that we live in. The eating disorder will capitalize on this.  The eating disorder wants you to be disconnected from your body, because if you were to listen to the wisdom of your body then […]

November 14, 2017

Your body communicates with you, and it doesn’t lie…but the eating disorder does

I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately from clients about how to change their relationship with exercise, and what exercise looks like as part of the recovery process.  It’s a sticky topic, for sure, and I’ve decided to tackle it here today.  Or to at least start the conversation. There’s a lot we don’t […]

November 7, 2017

Strategies for incorporating exercise in recovery

Obsessive thoughts about food are extremely common in people with eating disorders.  These thoughts occur for a variety of reasons.  For some people, the thoughts are a psychological symptom of the eating disorder itself – a preoccupation with the very thing that is both friend and enemy: food. Food restriction alone can also play a […]

October 23, 2017

Can’t stop thinking about food?

Imagine that you had a great day in recovery.  Take a minute to close your eyes and imagine how you felt at the end of the day – both physically and emotionally.  Savor that feeling for a moment. What did you feel, and where in your body did you feel it? Perhaps you felt satisfied […]

October 16, 2017

What does a “great day” look like for you?

I just finished reading Brave Girl Eating by Harriet Brown, and I can’t stop thinking about it.  This was such a powerful tale of how one family stood toe-to-toe with their daughter’s eating disorder, and how hard it was. What was so encouraging, though, was that they figured it out.  They came up with ways […]

October 2, 2017

How families can help a person recover from an eating disorder

I'm a Certified Eating Disorders Registered Dietitian (CEDRD) with a master’s degree in dietetics and nutrition. My passion is helping you find peace with food - and within yourself.


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