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Motivation and inspiration for your journey to recovery from an eating disorder. Host Jessica Flint interviews recovery warriors and treatment professionals from around the world to get their unique perspective and advice on what it takes to heal your relationship to food and body. This show is for all types of eating disorders: anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, and disordered eating
 
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Weight changes, setting boundaries, strong emotions, unfulfilled potential...there are so many issues that keep people frozen in fear in their recovery. Rachael St. Germain is no stranger to these fears, and at the same time she's cultivated the courage to run towards the roar. Tune into this episode for recovery gems like this one: "There's no goi…
 
The way Julie Wickham sees it FEAR means Face Everything And Recover. After 40 years of living in a dark space with an eating disorder, Julie has finally found the connections that light her soul and the courage to be the hero of her recovery story.Apply to Join the Courage Club. Click the link below:jointhecourageclub.com…
 
"I had the tools inside of me. I had everything that I needed to progress. And it was just time that I started using them."After spending most of her life taking care of everyone else, Tiffany has finally prioritized herself and her recovery. In order to get this far, she's learned a lot of important lessons on how to receive the support she needs …
 
"My recovery became more about really reclaiming myself, and letting my light shine, and taking up space, and knowing that I was worth recovering for. It's such a different way of looking at it, and it is so much more of a sustainable kind of recovery," -EmilyIn this show, Emily is full of great advice on mindset shifts that are key to a successful…
 
Before Lisette recovered, she was always living her life for the expectations of everyone else. She tried to fit the mold of a perfect daughter, perfect mom, perfect wife. After so many years of people pleasing she lost sight of who she really was.All the recovery work she has done to discover her purpose and passions has now landed her on our team…
 
Equal parts grit and grace, Laura is the poster child for resilience and determination. Listen to her story of overcoming and be inspired to take on the obstacles in your life. Get on the Courage Club Waitlist. Click the link below:jointhecourageclub.comBy Jessica Flint - Eating Disorder Recovery Support | Binge Eating | Bulimia | Anorexia
 
"I think the most important thing for me to learn was the fact that change was possible. And that I didn't have to keep reproducing the same patterns of behaviors, thoughts, or relationships." - Clélia FroguelJoin the Waitlist for the Courage Club. Click the link below now.jointhecourageclub.comBy Jessica Flint - Eating Disorder Recovery Support | Binge Eating | Bulimia | Anorexia
 
According to world-renowned clinician and author Carolyn Costin, LMFT, Founder of Monte Nido and The Carolyn Costin Institute, people with eating disorders often share similar personality traits, such as being anxious, perfectionistic, controlling, rigid, impulsive, and/or compulsive. Rather than blaming your genetic predispositions for fueling you…
 
For many people who struggle with an eating disorder, COVID is a perfect storm for eating disorder thoughts and behaviors to emerge. The uncertainty, fixation on food supply, disruption to normal exercise routines, and social isolation bring one challenge after another to the already demanding process of recovery.According to eating disorder expert…
 
Motivation is not meant to stay at a steady place. So what do you do when you find yourself in a motivational low? According to expert, Dr. Ann Saffi Biasetti, author of Befriending Your Body: A Self-Compassionate Approach to Freeing Yourself From Disorder Eating, it would be to practice self-compassion.Simply put, the practice of self-compassion i…
 
In this show you get to listen to questions from fellow warriors about exercise, body discomfort, and emotional triggers AND meet this month's Meditate and Move Mindfully Warrior Challenge leader, Jennifer Kreatsoulas, Founder of Yoga for Eating Disorders and Author of Body Mindful Yoga.The Warrior Challenge Summer Series is a monthly journey to bu…
 
Get ready for the Warrior Challenge Summer Series - a 3 month journey to build positive routines that will support and inspire your recovery!It's free and fun 🎉Sign up at schoolofrecovery.com/warriorchallengeThis month's Warrior Challenge is to Meditate and Move Mindfully. We teamed up with Jennifer Kreatsoulas, PhD, Founder of Yoga for Eating Diso…
 
Show 127: Brandilyn Tebo, life coach and author of recent best-selling book The Achievement Trap, wants to help achievers, overachievers and perfectionists find freedom from perfectionism, people pleasing and dependency on achievement. She understands how prohibitive low-level emotions, like dissatisfaction, disappointment, shame, and guilt, can be…
 
Show 126: Nicole Hawkins, Ph.D, was the first researcher to look at how the thin ideal in media impacts women with eating disorders and has been working as a Licensed Psychologist at Center for Change for the past 19 years. She designed and leads Center for Change’s Body Image Program and joins us to discuss the power of the thin ideal, the damagin…
 
Show 125: Yay! SO excited to be back with this NEW show...one like any other you’ve heard on this podcast. Today you’ll be taken on an audio journey to the heart where the residue of limiting beliefs and thoughts are scraped off through the inspirational soundbytes of Carolyn Myss and journal entries of me your host, Jessica Flint.Regardless of whe…
 
Show 124: Sneak PEEK into the FoodBodyLove Rally.This is a FREE online event with over 35 empowered women who are changing the dialogue around food and body.Start tuning in and grab your pass now at: https://rally.truewarrior.fmJust an example of the type of feedback it's been getting so far:Hi Jessica,Thank you so much for organizing this FoodBody…
 
Show 123: Contrary to common belief, eating disorders don't discriminate against gender. Though often overlooked, men are just as able as women to develop any type of eating disorder; Paul Beuttenmuller is living proof. After suffering in silence for many years with exercise addiction, anorexia, and purging behaviors, Paul finally sought treatment …
 
Show 122: Kristie Amadio is no stranger to the perils of seeking recovery from an eating disorder. After facing discouragement and struggle trying to find professional treatment in Australia and New Zealand, Kristie traveled to the States for 7 months of residential treatment. Kristie continued her early recovery journey with the help of an online …
 
Summer Innanen's life used to be dominated by exercise and dieting. She spent nearly two decades battling her body before she realized that the issue was not her size, but her mindset. Now, Summer is a podcaster and life coach who dedicates her time to helping people overcome their obsession with food and body. Learn how she broke away from her tox…
 
Five years ago, Sharon Zimbler MFT began her work as program therapist at the thriving eating disorder treatment center that is, Montecatini. Located in Carlsbad, California, Sharon is now the CEO of this healing center. In addition to making outstanding contributions to the co-occurring substance abuse and eating disorder treatment program that is…
 
Kylie Mitchell is a popular food blogger and self-professed "anti-diet" dietician. Though she is now in a place where she has made peace with food and body, she is no stranger to over-exercising and food restriction. In this show, Kylie talks about how her blog became a tool to help her overcome disordered eating and the ways in which she plans to …
 
McCall Dempsey is the founder of Southern Smash, a non-profit dedicated to raising eating disorder awareness and promoting positive body image through events where they (literally) smash scales with hammers. McCall is a warrior and has come a long way in her recovery from her eating disorder but, recently, she has been on another road to recovery; …
 
The woman, the myth, the legend. Meet Evelyn Tribole, dietician and coauthor of the seminal book, Intuitive Eating: A Revolutionary Program That Works. Now, twenty-two years after the book has been published, Evelyn continues to dedicate her life and career to helping people overcome disordered eating and finally make peace with food. Evelyn explai…
 
For twenty years, Krystal Thompson tried nearly every diet and workout plan on the market in an attempt to shrink her body. When she saw minimal change in her weight after a year-long, grueling diet, she decided to try something seemingly radical: allowing her body to dictate its own weight. Krystal tells us how her journey into body positivity and…
 
Hilary Kinavey is a licensed professional counselor and one of the co-founders of Be Nourished, a center that offers group workshops, therapy, retreats, and much more to help people cultivate body trust and self-acceptance. In this episode, Hilary teaches us how to reestablish trust in our bodies and banish shame from our lives so we can fully embr…
 
Isabel Foxen Duke knows a thing or two about feeling "crazy" around food. After recovering from a nearly life-long battle with binge eating and yo-yo dieting, she has become a crusader in the body positivity and anti-diet movements. In this episode, Isabel tells us how she transitioned from constantly feeling out of control around food to finally b…
 
The Case Against Fitbit: Five Reasons to the Ditch Counters and Apps by Dr. Colleen Reichmannhttps://www.recoverywarriors.com/fitbit-five-reasons-to-ditch/FEATURED CLASSHow to Connect to Your Life Path and Purpose Using the Ancient Wisdom of the Stars (Enrollment open until August 6th)https://www.truewarrior.fm/life-path-and-purposeUse the hashtag …
 
If you told Dianne ten years ago that she would leave behind her high-stress corporate job to become a yoga instructor and body positive activist, she would not have believed you. She now channels that energy into spreading the message that every BODY, regardless of skin color, size, or ability level, can do yoga. In this episode, Dianne tells us h…
 
14 Things Your Loved One with an Eating Disorder Wants You To Know (But Is Afraid to Tell You)https://www.recoverywarriors.com/14-things-loved-one-eating-disorder/How to Connect to Your Life Path and Purpose Using the Ancient Wisdom of the Stars (Enrollment open until August 6th)https://www.truewarrior.fm/life-path-and-purposeUse the hashtag #reaso…
 
As a licensed marriage and family therapist and Director of Admissions at Reasons Eating Disorder Center, Alyson Lischer has years of experience helping people work past the initial fears of recovery and entering into treatment. Little did she know, how many similar fears are found during pregnancy. Despite the initial panic, Alyson's pregnancy act…
 
Show 109: Brooke Heberling is a multi-faceted woman, a regular contributor to Recovery Warriors, the marketing director and ambassador of Manna Fund, a teacher, and a devoted mother of two. She has written numerous popular articles in which she honestly and openly shares her story and insight in recovery. Tune into this show to learn about this bra…
 
So excited to be back with a new show, warriors! I took a somewhat unexpected 4 month break, which I talk all about in this short video below:https://www.recoverywarriors.com/woman-breaks-promise-podcast-video/I couldn't be more honored to break the silence than with this interview starring Emily Dailey, a DBT expert and Senior Therapist at UCSD Ea…
 
Angela Gulner is nothing short of a trailblazer in the film industry for many reasons. Today we talk to her about the recent release of her new indie dark comedy, "BINGE: the series" and how her journey to recovery has led her to act out her darkest moments and secrets for the camera.What You'll Learn:• What is BINGE, how has it benefitted Angela's…
 
How do you get from Point A and Point B? First and foremost, don't expect a linear path. That doesn't mean you can't reach your destination with some style, grace and a damn good story. Tune into this week's show to learn how mindset and expectations play into reaching your destination in the face of adversity. Help be a part of the future of menta…
 
What You'll Learn:• What is the definition of "good girl syndrome" and why you should give it up• How animals can help you to get out of your head and into your heart• Why acts of service through volunteering can enhance your recovery• How animal assisted therapy can helps us practice honesty, openness, and love• What are the physical, spiritual, a…
 
Throughout history, the moon has been associated with the feminine. Cyclical in nature, the moon completes an orbit around Earth in 28 days. In approximately the same time frame, a woman goes through her own cycle of waxing and waning. In this show, eating disorder expert Dr. Anita Johnston, author of the best-selling book Eating in the Light of th…
 
Stay weird, stay rad, stay true. These are the words that 23 year old recovery warrior Kenny Hubbard lives by. As a male with a history of an eating disorder he understands the unique challenges men face in getting treatment and feeling accepted. Kenny is breaking the stigma of males with eating disorders all the while focusing on his journey to be…
 
What You'll Learn:• Why yoga is much more than the physical postures• What is the true meaning of karma• What is Shakti power and how do you harness it• How loving and accepting yourself is an act of universal serviceShow Notes: https://www.recoverywarriors.com/julie-normanSUPPORT The Recovery Warrior Show on Patreon!www.patreon.com/recoverywarrior…
 
100th episode of The Recovery Warrior Show! I talk about what this show has meant to me and the community and do an in-depth warrior round where I spill the beans on my favorite recovery resource that I've kept secret all these years.SUPPORT The Recovery Warrior Show on Patreon!www.patreon.com/recoverywarriorshowSHOP 2017 Warrior Calendar http://sh…
 
What You'll Learn:• Who is Carl Jung and his contributions to the field of psychology• What is the difference between the persona, the ego, the shadow, and the self• How to find wholeness by allowing your shadow to express itself and integrate into your life• What the antidote to shame and worthlessness is• Why people in our lives act as mirrors, r…
 
Have you ever thought about what differentiates shame from guilt? Surprisingly, there can be some benefits to guilt. While shame corrodes the very part of us that believes we can do better. Tune into this weeks show to learn how to tell the difference.What You'll Learn:• What is the difference between shame and guilt• Who is Brene Brown and how her…
 
For many, Thanksgiving, a holiday centered around family and food, is the perfect storm to engage in out of control emotional eating (aka binge eating). Whether it is an insensitive comment from a family member or childhood wounds being reactivated emotions can run high along with the urges to self-soothe with food. In this show, Leora Fulvio, an e…
 
What does it mean to get out of your head and into your heart? In the latest episode of The Recovery Warrior Show therapist, dating coach and matchmaker, Lauren Korshak, MFT discusses the very process. We all want to connect and partner with that special someone we can share our lives with and in this show you are sure to pick up some gems on how t…
 
Change is a process that takes place from the outside in and from the inside out. In this week's show, Dr. Michael Berrett, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Center for Change describes this process and how it is intimately tied with our self worth and identity. Tune in to this uplifting interview for a gentle reminder to why you deserve love, h…
 
We all have the ability and opportunity to cultivate gratitude. Some days will be harder than others, but when you commit yourself to the practice you will see results. Developing an attitude of gratitude is one of the simplest ways to improve your satisfaction with life and bestow a wide range of emotional, physical and mental benefits that I disc…
 
Nikki DuBose is an excellent example of the transformational powers of recovery. A former model turned author, speaker, and mental health advocate she had many experiences navigating the dark side of the modeling industry, while battling abuse, addiction, and various mental health issues (sexual victimization, eating disorders, alcoholism, drugs, d…
 
Eating disorders have often been referred to as cries for help. For Brandilyn Tebo, her eating disorder served as an alarm clock that awakened her to what she needed to do to save herself and ultimately the dreams she wanted to pursue in life. Drawing upon a unique blend of eastern and western traditions, Brandilyn has come home to her body and min…
 
When it comes to recovering from an eating disorder change is inevitable, but also SO frightening many people stop halfway. As a registered dietitian and National Coordinator for Educational Outreach for Castlewood Treatment Centers, Tammy Beasley, RDN, CEDRD loves to take away the surprise factor from her clients so they don't stop the moment disc…
 
What You'll Learn:• How can social media support recovery• Why you cannot run away from your eating disorder• The fallacy of "not sick enough"• What is PCOS and how it's diagnosis can impact eating disorder recovery• Life at residential treatment and much more...Show Notes: https://www.recoverywarriors.com/lindsey-hall/Support The Recovery Warrior …
 
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