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.

My Top 7 Recovery Tips

  1. Explore your creative side
  2. Embrace Imperfection
  3. Don’t diet and eat intuitively
  4. Don’t be ashamed to ask for professional help. Ever.
  5. Separate yourself from your eating disorder
  6. Let Love in and cultivate Self-Love
  7. Know that recovery is not linear and take one step at a time

You can find me on aMINDmedia.com and you can check out my new podcast. Also, be sure to check out the 28 Loving Reawakenings, the Body Image Revolution Course, the True Beauty Mastermind Program and so much more. All can be found on aMINDmedia. I am not going anywhere, I’m just moving on. I hope you’ll move with me.

Like I said, the new podcast will focus on self-empowerment and that is something that is crucial for recovery as well.

Thank you for everything and please never forget that you are beautiful, worthy and deserving.

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