Your Bulimia Recovery Blog
Your Bulimia Recovery Blog
Hi there and welcome to your Bulimia Recovery Blog. I say ‘yours’ because I’ve created this blog with you in mind, someone who’s where I once was; struggling with bulimia and who now wants to be free or is at least curious to find out more.
And so, you’ll discover information to inspire and support your own recovery in the posts here on your Bulimia Recovery Blog. Information and insights either from my own personal experience and research or from mentoring and coaching others, along with any news and views from other experts in the field of eating disorders and beyond.
I truly believe in THE POWER OF A NEW PERSPECTIVE as a tool to cause change, so not all the posts will be directly related to bulimia or bulimia recovery. However I invite you to keep an open mind and be curious as they will indirectly relate and I share them with you to stimulate new understanding and insight and be a catalyst for your bulimia recovery. SO, PLEASE SCROLL DOWN & ENJOY.
If you'd like to have any of your questions answered or to read about specific topics or ideas on your bulimia recovery blog then please write to me at Julie@bulimiafree.com.
The compensating behaviours of bulimia, self induced vomiting, dieting, fasting or over-exercising, may, on the surface, seem like effective weight loss strategies. However when you look at the science, you start to see that these strategies actually DON’T WORK AT ALL and that in the long run, they tend to contribute to you gaining more weight.
With Spring in the air, it is a great time to reset your intention and really ignite your desire for bulimia recovery so that you can finally be free from the stranglehold bulimia has over you and your life.
When there are so many reasons given for binge eating or bingeing , the question of why you binge, can be hard to answer. And the wrong answer, the wrong conclusion can send you down the wrong path, causing months, years and even decades of unnecessary frustration and struggle with bulimia. Know The truth.
Bulimia can’t exist in an environment of self-love. Discover 5 Easy Ways To Plant Seeds of Self-Love to Support Your Bulimia Recovery.
Perhaps you too bought into the idea that being a certain size would make you happy. That your life would work out and all would be well in your world; that you’d be accepted, loved and successful? And so like me… YOU began to diet thinking that soon you’d be feeling and looking great, healthy,…
Whilst the sentiment underlying Clean Eating isn’t wrong. We all want to be healthy and eating well is part of that, however if you have Bulimia BEWARE: Clean Eating Can Play Straight Into The Hands of Your Eating Disorder.
Even when I was well on the road to recovery and relapses were few and far between I’d find myself getting anxious about food and my weight and how I was going to cope when faced with all the trigger foods and situations over the Christmas period.
As a sufferer of bulimia I’m sure your self-esteem has nose-dived. In fact, your lack of confidence and negative body image could have been triggers that started your journey to bulimia in the first place. And you’ve probably read or believed that if you can build your confidence and self-esteem, somehow you’ll find the inner strength you need to move beyond your struggle with food.
Bulimia Recovery is difficult when you have a negative body image or poor body confidence but having a ‘Beautiful Body’ maybe easier than you think.
An important part of bulimia recovery is discovering yourself and what is important to YOU, surprising fashion can support this. You may think to be fashionable, you need to be thin but fashion isn’t what you see on the runway or magazine. Fashion is developing about expressing your personal style and owning it.
Because bulimia develops over time, the line between normal, non bulimic behavior and bulimic behaviour blur. How can you tell if you are slipping towards bulimia or indeed have bulimia and not know it? Check Out The 7 Signs Below and See If Any Seem Familiar.
Recovering from bulimia is no walk in the park. If you’re someone who has lived with an eating disorder, bulimia treatment and recovery can be one of the hardest things you’ll have to go through in your life.