Fighting Anorexia

Anorexia nervosa is the deadliest of all eating disorders and one that almost took my life. Fighting anorexia focuses on sharing coping skills, hope, inspiration and motivation for the journey of recovery. The more positive input eating disorder sufferers receive in the beginning of their way to health the more effective their recovery can be. Fighting Anorexia serves as just one of those pillars of positivity.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 30m. Bisher sind 14 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 8 hours

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060 Fighting Anorexia – My Top 7 Recovery Tips


In this episode of Fighting Anorexia, I share my top 7 recovery tips with you. I was inspired by Julie Parker’s amazing book “My Recovery” because many of the suggestions shared in this book resonated strongly with me and my own experience.


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 2012-09-03  23m
 
 

059 Fighting Anorexia – How Anorexia Impacts the Lives of Siblings (Interview with my Sister)


In this special episode of Fighting Anorexia, I share an interview with my sister Valerie with you. Valerie has been my rock in the years of my struggle and has been there for my during the hard months of recovery.


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 2012-07-30  44m
 
 

058 Fighting Anorexia – Competition in Recovery


In this episode of Fighting Anorexia, I talk about the positive and negative aspects of competition in recovery. We are all competitive. It is a characteristic trait that we have deep within us. Some have it more than others, but we all have it.


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 2012-07-23  27m
 
 

The 15 Top Myths and Stereotypes about Eating Disorders and Recovery


Nothing hurts and infuriates those who suffer from an eating disorder and their relatives and family more than hearing all the myths and public misunderstandings about eating disorders and recovery. If you are caught in the circle of anorexia,


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 2012-07-16  34m
 
 

056 Fighting Anorexia – Do I Really Need More Weight? Plus the Top 10 Benefits of Gaining Weight!


Anorexia often makes us believe that we do not have to gain any weight in order to be healthy and live fully. However, the effects that being underweight has on your body are numerous. In fact, eating disorders like anorexia or bulimia can prove to be ...


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 2012-07-11  44m
 
 

055 Fighting Anorexia – How Recovery Changes your Relationships


In this episode of Fighting Anorexia, I talk about how my recovery has changed my relationships with those close to me.  In order to recover you must accept change and those around you have to accept it also. Now here lies the struggle.


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 2012-07-02  31m
 
 

054 Fighting Anorexia – 10 Steps To Take Towards Forgiveness


In this episode of Fighting Anorexia, I share 10 steps you can take in order to forgive yourself and those who have hurt you. What does forgiving even mean? Here is the definition: Stop feeling angry or resentful toward (someone) for an offense, flaw,


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 2012-06-25  37m
 
 

053 Fighting Anorexia – Let’s Talk About FAT


In this episode of Fighting Anorexia, I share an episode of the True Beauty Podcast  with you. Judy and I share the truth about the word fat. We go into the real meaning of it and what we imply when we say it to ourselves or to others.


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 2012-06-18  1h10m
 
 

052 Fighting Anorexia – How To Unleash Your Inner Force


In this episode of Fighting Anorexia, I talk about unleashing your inner force in order to kick your eating disorder’s butt and being your own master again. I remind you of the sheer force of nature you are and were since the day you were born.


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 2012-06-11  28m
 
 

051 Fighting Anorexia – Explaining Your “crazy” Behavior to Outsiders


In this episode of Fighting Anorexia, I give you some tips on how to have a conversation with your loved ones about your behaviors and the lies your eating disorder is telling you. I share with you the following: 1.


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 2012-06-04  29m
 
 
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