Have you been trying to recover from your eating disorder yet constantly slipping back in? Been in and out of treatment? We hope you know you are not alone. Check out this week’s featured Dear Food letter and listen to the wise and compassionate advice from Corrie Van Horne and Melissa Preston.
Episode’s Key Points:
- Special guests: Corrie Van Horne and Melissa Preston, both Licensed Professional Counselors (Corrie is a candidate) and Registered Dietitians, co-founders of Omni Counseling and Nutrition.
- Many with eating disorders find themselves going in and out of various levels of treatment throughout their recovery journey.
- Transitioning out of a higher level of care where there is fairly constant support can be challenging in many ways, particularly when it comes to “normalizing” one’s relationship with food.
- Oftentimes, our relationship with food and how we perceive it, mirrors other relationships and forms of oppression in our life.
- Autonomy and self-compassion are both powerful tools in healing both our relationship with individuals and food.
- Good self-reminder: Food is essential to life. It is okay (and necessary) to want to and need to eat.
- Julie Dillon RD blog
- Link to subscribe to the weekly FREE Food Peace™ Newsletter. It is sent out every Tuesday morning. By signing up, I will also send you Love Food’s Food Peace™ Syllabus.
- Omni Counseling and Nutrition’s Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter—>This week’s Food Peace Syllabus addition #1
- Omni Counseling and Nutrition Blog—> This week’s Food Peace Syllabus addition #2
- Kristin Neff’s Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself—> This week’s Food Peace Syllabus addition #3
- Tara Brach’s Radical Acceptance—> This week’s Food Peace Syllabus addition #4
- Eating Disorder Dietitians can help your Food Peace™ journey. Get access to one near you here.
Do you have a complicated relationship with food? I want to help! Send your Dear Food letter to LoveFoodPodcast@gmail.com.