Did you know that the online search term ‘binge eating’ has skyrocketed in recent months? As eating disorder rates soared during lockdown, this is unfortunately not a surprise; however, the misunderstanding and stigmas surrounding binge eating are causing...
Food addiction and eating disorders are rarely about food. Disordered eating behaviours are most commonly connected to underlying emotional difficulties, frequently resulting from past traumatic experiences. To support a food-addicted client therapeutically, you must...
For many of us, our phones, particularly our social media platforms, are the last thing we see at night and the first thing we see in the morning. Numerous studies have been conducted to determine how regular, consistent use of social media negatively impacts...
Any type of addiction is difficult to break free from, and a key part of the recovery process is identifying a person’s ‘big why’. Powerful consequences and painful realisations bring clients to my door, and they often haven’t found the motivation to heal yet,...
Being a people-pleaser is likely to have adverse effects on one’s body image and self-esteem. In last week’s blog, I introduced the role that sociotropic (people-pleasing) characteristics play in disordered eating behaviours. People with these traits are...
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