Common Signs and Behaviors in Eating Disorders
You previously ate a variety of foods, and loved foods. You never remember being a picky eater. Too scared that you will indulge, and that will cause weight gain that you dread.
The goal remains to lose more.
Your body says it's hungry, yet you struggle to take just one bite. You feel shaky, tired, and maybe have digestive changes. You can't possible believe that you would be hungry.
Obsessing, looping thoughts never turn off in your brain. They wake you up in the middle of the night, and constantly tell you what to do next. Reminding you that you can't eat after a certain time at night, or not until a certain time in the late afternoon of the day, when you deserve it.
The voice inside your head, constantly criticizes you, telling you it's not enough weight lost. You can lose more weight. You can do better. Try harder. The voice dictates what you deserve to eat, and tells you how you will be punished when you eat more then planned. Exercising beyond exhaustion, and never is enough. Thinking you don't deserve eating disorder treatment just yet.
- Working together to understand your concerns.
- Building awareness into what other factors in your life contributed to this situation presenting.
- Outline goals that you want to achieve as part of our work together.
- When you are aware of what's going on, you can interrupt the cycle of challenges.
- By gaining new practical skills to helps you cope more effectively. Focusing on learning how you can
Body image is how you view your body, who you are, how it functions. Helping you to improve your body image, and interrupt negative thoughts about your body.
- Focusing on developing a plan for long term ongoing recovery is essential in our work together.
Nutrition support is vital to helping you heal your body through food as medicine.
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