Eating Disorder & Disordered Eating Treatment
Are you one of the countless women walking around with an eating disorder, unbeknownst to you? Disordered eating?
It’s that annoying critic, chiming in -- often and relentlessly. Sometimes it’s louder and other times it’s softer, but it’s omnipresent.
“You’ll feel so much better when you lose another 15 lbs. Remember how happy you were then?”
“You should know better.”
“You should be able to do this.”
“Everyone else is capable but you.”
“You have to do this on your own. If you ask for help that will mean you are weak.”
“Everyone else is following through, but not you, once again.”
“You’ll never be good/thin/happy/capable enough.”
“You’re so fat.”
“No one will want to be with you.”
Do you face a daily struggle of criticism… inside your own mind?
You may not recognize the critical voice as separate from your healthy voice. The criticizer becomes so incessant, its easy to forget you were once kinder to yourself – that you weren’t born beating yourself up.
This voice often becomes the loudest, meanest and most critical around food, body and exercise. If this is the case for you, I am here to help.
I get it. I’ve been there. Though now the exhausting criticizer (whether you can admit the exhaustion or not – I couldn’t at one time) is no longer. With support and honesty, you, too, can find authentic happiness and feel like yourself again.
If you are concerned you may have an eating disorder, but you aren’t sure if professional help is necesssary, be in touch.
Many individuals who struggle with an eating disorder are in denial. Others aren’t quite "diagnosable", but struggle with disordered eating. Either way, you deserve to free your mind of the focus of food and body and use that energy to enjoy your life!