menu
JoannaPoppink Healing Your Hungry Heart: Recovering from Your Eating Disorder by Joanna Pop... https://t.co/YK8UwMHpMx via @amazon
1hreplyretweetfavorite
JoannaPoppink How Can I Stop Bingeing and/or Purging? https://t.co/FrwD1QsIdd
1hreplyretweetfavorite
JoannaPoppink Hot off the press! Poppink Eating Disorder Recovery Daily is out!... https://t.co/vF8axR5K0A
1hreplyretweetfavorite
JoannaPoppink The latest Poppink Eating Disorder Recovery Daily! stories, research, news https://t.co/k2dvZQSzrP Thanks to @CollegeDiabetes #anorexia
1hreplyretweetfavorite
JoannaPoppink How Can I Stop Bingeing and/or Purging? https://t.co/ayrRi1x2a5
1hreplyretweetfavorite

Psychotherapy and eating disorder recovery work take many forms. In this extensive grouping you'll find articles, links and discussions that include stories of individuals working through their healing process and descriptions of different treatment approaches.  Issues include trust, bingeing, starving, sexuality, fear, anxiety, triumphs, abuse, shame, dream work, journal keeping and more. Discussions regarding insurance and finances are here as well.  Reading these articles and participating in discussions will give you deep and varied windows into eating disorder recovery treatment.

Healing Power of Psychotherapy Rests in Harmony

harmony butterfly

Hurting, frightened and courageous people come to my psychotherapy practice to find relief from emotional pain. They don't want to binge or starve or throw up any more. They don't want to be too big or too small, thinking that a perfect and beautiful body would end their suffering. They come to find support in their judgmental thinking about real and perceived abusers in their lives, now or in the past.

Garden lessons for eating disorder recovery

garden office view thru screen

A kind of circle develops between my patients, my garden and me where we share and appreciate the giving and receiving that is happening naturally for the benefit of all of us.

*pix View from my office window. Patient waiting area is to the right in the shaded area not visible.

Seven Ways to Avoid a Binge in Eating Disorder Recovery

Grey wolf
A Native American grandfather was talking to his grandson about
how he felt about a tragedy.

He said, 'I feel as if I have two wolves fighting in my heart.
One wolf is the vengeful, angry, violent one. 
The other wolf is the loving, compassionate one.'

The grandson asked him,
'Which wolf will win the fight in your heart?'

The grandfather answered,
'The one I feed.'
 *pix

Cravings, urges, temptations each stimulate and lure you to the edge of action. Will you eat the ice cream or diet frozen yogurt? Will you do a drive by at your ex-boyfriend's house? Will you stay on the treadmill another hour? What is the power behind your decision?

Eating Disorder Recovery Challenge: anesthesia or genuine human experience?

509px Force of change evolution
 *pix: "Evolution"

If you want to start, improve or speed up your eating disorder recovery you may ask, "I know what I'm supposed to do and what I want to do.  Why can't I do it?"  

Who's Online

We have 162 guests and no members online



JoannaPoppink Healing Your Hungry Heart: Recovering from Your Eating Disorder by Joanna Pop... https://t.co/YK8UwMHpMx via @amazon
1hreplyretweetfavorite
JoannaPoppink How Can I Stop Bingeing and/or Purging? https://t.co/FrwD1QsIdd
1hreplyretweetfavorite
JoannaPoppink Hot off the press! Poppink Eating Disorder Recovery Daily is out!... https://t.co/vF8axR5K0A
1hreplyretweetfavorite
JoannaPoppink The latest Poppink Eating Disorder Recovery Daily! stories, research, news https://t.co/k2dvZQSzrP Thanks to @CollegeDiabetes #anorexia
1hreplyretweetfavorite
JoannaPoppink How Can I Stop Bingeing and/or Purging? https://t.co/ayrRi1x2a5
1hreplyretweetfavorite

Copyright © 2016