Category Archive: Anorexia

Blog posts on anorexia related issues

May 05 2016

What is Your Relationship to Food?

What is Your Relationship to Food? – Vol. 360, May 5, 2016 Your relationship to food is a reflection of your relationship with life. If you feel tension regarding food, ask yourself, “Where else in my life do I feel tension?” Then address what comes up for you. If you feel stressed out, figure out …

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Sep 10 2015

Research Says that Hypnosis is the Difference that Makes The Difference in Truly Letting Go of Anorexia & Bulimia

   Research Says that Hypnosis is the Difference that Makes The Difference in Truly Letting Go of Anorexia & Bulimia – Volume 326, September 10, 2015  Thanks to a few very brave young women who came in to see me over a decade ago, I learned from them, how to help them clear their anorexia and …

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Feb 25 2014

Announcing the Publication of “Do I Have An Eating Disorder? Now What” on Amazon.com for the Kindle

This book speaks to all those who both are experiencing the eating disorders of anorexia and bulimia and any practitioner who would like to know of an alternative method of treatment which really truly has the capability of putting these two sometimes deadly illnesses in the client’s past. I am honored to have the forward …

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Jan 13 2014

When Will Marketers Stop Screwing With Self-Conscious Teens Body Images? – Vol. 133, Jan. 5, 2011

Katie Kindlan wrote on the December 6, 2011 ABC News Blog of the “picture perfect” computer generated models that the huge clothing retailer H&M is using on their website to sell their swimming suit and lingerie online. They claim that doing this allows the garments to be the main focus of their shopper’s experience. I …

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Oct 06 2012

Eating Disorder Treatment: Physiological Causes of Eating Disorders – Vol. 145, April 19, 2012

Over the years that I have been working with eating disorders it has been obvious that these clients have a very poor idea of how detect the normal bodily cues such as when they are hungry or full, have inability to sense their weight, as well as not having a clear idea of what their …

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Jun 22 2012

Let’s Stop Labeling People

Labeling people with psychiatric illnesses can create not only the lack of a sense of self, worse, it never allows one to move past the notion of having a mental illness. I have found in my work that many people who were labeled with mental illnesses that the psychiatric community felt were to be managed, never to be healed have been able to heal themselves of these problems. This article speaks to how this was done in the case of an anorexic.

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