Recognizing a healing resource is part of achieving and sustaining recovery. More, it's part of celebrating and nourishing your life. Articles and discussions here guide you to the many forms a healing resource can take. This includes: animals, wilderness areas, recovery books, class experiences, affirmations, tips to help you tolerate and grow through strong emotional experience, workbooks exercises, private time, treatment programs and more.

Learning the Tools of Emotional Management: Guest Author

foodandfeelings2People living with troubling eating patterns are all individuals with different vulnerabilities and strengths. You may need to hear many voices speaking to healing and recovery before you hear the voice that touches you and awakens you to your eating disorder recovery path. 

I'm happy to introduce you to the voice of Karen R. Koenig, LCSW, M.Ed. author of The Food and Feelings Workbook,  who shares her thoughts about learning skills for recognizing and coping well with your emotions. It's my pleasure to welcome Karen as a guest author blogger on Eating Disorder Recovery for Women.


Recovering Your Heart's Desire


Have you left some of your heart's desire behind. Do you walk past it every day while it or a part of you waits for you to remember?

I ended my blog post, "Change is in the wind," with those questions.  You are responding.

Poppink Eating Disorder Recovery Daily News

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News, research, personal stories and professional views

10 titles in today's issue written by highly reputable people in the field.

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  1. Battling a Regenerating Hydra
  2. What is DBT?
  3. Islam and Eating Disorders
  4. Muscle Dysmorphia ...........Signs, Risks, Diagnosis, Treatment
  5. Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders
  6. 5 Biggest Mistakes People Make With Food And Exercise
  7. ‘Make it stop’: a man’s struggle with anorexia
  8. 40 Things People With Eating Disorders Wish Others Understood
  9. 9 Signs That You're a Narcissist
  10. 10 Myths People With Eating Disorders Want to See Busted

Psychotherapy with Joanna

Binge Eating? Help is on the way

Binge Eating? Help is on the way                                    *pix

Binge Eating was officially recognized, in the 2013 Diaagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) as a mental disorder.

This recognition brings an opportunity for guilt to lift and treatment options to multiply.  It also means you need to learn more about the fundamental issues at play so you can make wise decisions about your approach to healing and recovery.. That's what this post is about.

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