Stuck in Anorexia Recovery?
Are you scared to commit to anorexia recovery because the behaviors are serving you in some way? You are not alone.
The idea of living without the one thing you can turn to when things are uncertain is terrifying! However, you aren’t living your life. You are living a life consumed by eating disorder thoughts. Can you relate to the following?
- find yourself obsessing over calories
- you identify with perfectionism, hyperactivity or impulsivity
- struggle to ‘sit still’ and want to stay moving or standing
- engage in food rituals or behaviors that give you a sense of control
- often experience depression, anxiety or general moodiness
- you often don’t feel hungry or aren’t in touch with hunger cues
- exercise compulsively and have an extreme reaction if unable to exercise
- you body check often and are terrified to gain weight
- restrict food with the goal of weight loss
- mentally, physically and emotionally exhausted in attempting anorexia recovery
- highly sensitive to criticism, mistakes and failures
FIND FREEDOM AND GET ANOREXIA HELP
You do not have to live life this way. A world exists where you can have a clear mind and can spend energy in ways that truly add meaning to your life. I’m inviting you to apply for a FREE 60-minute breakthrough call. This is only for those serious about committing to anorexia treatment and finding lasting freedom. Fear is normal to have and so is a desire to overcoming anorexia for good.
On your breakthrough call we will determine exactly what’s not working for you and identify an action plan that will move you further, faster in your anorexia treatment.
This is a powerful use of one hour of your time; you will leave the call feeling empowered and ready to take action. Click below to schedule anorexia help now.
Working with Lindsay for 12 weeks was the most rewarding thing I have ever done. I gained freedom mentally and physically around week 8. She helped me come into my own shell. She supported me in time of doubt and gave me hope when I believed all hope was lost. I highly recommend working with her and the program because you are stronger than you think! You can achieve anything. Lindsay will guide you through it all. Take a chance. Freedom is closer than you think.
I was weirded out by the idea of using a coach for eating disorder recovery, but I tried for years and was exhausted. Nothing was working so I gave it a shot. I made more progress in the first 4 weeks than I ever had in the 12 years I struggled. Then something just clicked when we did the module with the physical and mental environment. I saw really big shifts and knew I could get to the finish line. Lindsay made it simple and kept me accountable. I kept putting in the work and was free of binge eating behaviors and eating disorder thoughts by the end of her program. More importantly, I love my body post recovery and love myself more than I ever have.
When I first started working with Lindsay I was in a dark place. I cycled between stages of anorexia and bulimia struggled for half my life (I’m 28). Stuck in a cycle of being “functional” but not ok, to crisis mode, treatment, back to therapy, crisis mode, treatment, medication change, repeat. I couldn’t imagine a life where food didn’t rule my thoughts or binging and purging wasn’t part of my day. I understand the power of coaching and how different it was from any kind of treatment out there. Having Lindsay available during our scheduled calls and more importantly just a text or call away was a game changer. And she responds quickly, which for an urge-based problem is huge. My most memorable aspects of the program were outside of the workbook when Lindsay would listen to what I needed and suggest belief exercises or we would brainstorm solutions together. I got to choose what we focused on based on what I needed. I felt cared for and listened to, and most importantly validated. She was a friend but set clear professional boundaries. I was well on my way to freedom by the end of the program, and feel confident in my future as a recovered person, not someone perpetually in recovery. It was one of if not the best investments I’ve ever made in my health.
I tried everything when I came to Lindsay. I made progress and then took a million steps back. Honestly, I didn’t believe full recovery was possible and had little faith I’d get there. I felt something different, on our first call, than I had in the past. Maybe hope? Lindsay believed in me. She ‘got it’ and understood me but also knew how to push me and call out the eating disorder crap. Accountability was what I had been missing all those years. I was scared for the first few weeks. Looking back I know that it was part of the process and I needed “cross the bridge of fear” (as Coach Lindsay says). I’m grateful to have a new life. A new chance at relationships without food getting in the way. Without me second guessing EVERY decision. Lindsay simplified the whole thing for me and at the end of the 12 weeks I wasn’t even having behaviors. I still can’t believe I wrote that. I did the work, but she showed me how to do it. To anyone considering coaching, DO IT. Invest in yourself and your freedom.