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If you suffer from an eating disorder now or have in the past, please email Joanna for a free telephone consultation.

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Eating Disorder Recovery
Joanna Poppink, MFT
Eating Disorder Recovery Psychotherapist
serving Arizona, California, Florida, Oregon and Utah.
All appointments are virtual.
Shh...you are kicking butt here!  So proud of all of your accomplishments this year. You sound like you are really in such a good place for your recovery work to flourish.

I have always been fairly independent.  Perhaps an anomoly amongst my peers here.  I did have some separation issues as a young child...the normal stuff, I think.  As an adult, I actually enjoy being single with my girls.  I don't feel I have to have a partner, however it would be nice to not be afraid to have a partner. 

As far as my therapist is concerned, I have been very, very lucky.  I have been seeing her since 1996.  Back in the day she took insurance, now she is mostly self pay.  She works with me at a greatly reduced fee.  I can see her as often as I like.  I am usually able to afford two to three times a month. 

I do think about what will happen when she retires.  She is at retirement age now, although I don't see her as the type to retire at a traditional age.  She doesn't need the money, I don't think...she really loves what she does.  I do dread the thought of this happening.  I have shared so much with her.  I hope to finish my therapy before she retires, as to not have to start over with someone new. 

This week I will see her on Wednesday.  As I stated in a previous post, I plan to email her my thoughts and fears on the whole abuse issue.  I want to really get this out, and start doing the work.  I want to get moving with my life.  Part of this push is because I do want to work on this with her, and no one else (in terms of face to face). 

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