What’s On the Other Side of Binge-Eating

I was inspired to write this post after going out to dinner to enjoy my favorite indulgent food that I haven’t had in over a year and a half… Sushi! I say “indulgent” because I used to only eat Sushi on occasion as a special or “cheat” meal and when I did I would save all […]

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Restrictive Eating Leads to Reactive Eating

I wrote this quote on the inside cover of my journal at the beginning of my recovery and it’s something I come back to a lot and remind my clients of often. Before you jump on the bandwagon to follow a certain diet, like Keto for example, which strictly limits carbohydrates, remember this: Restrictive Eating […]

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Self-Love Comes From the Inside, Not From a Diet

I was inspired by my beautiful friend to write this blog post, who suffered for years with anxiety and disordered eating, and found herself in the lowest place in her life two years ago. She was extremely depressed, not wanting to get out of bed, isolating herself, and using food and alcohol to numb her […]

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