The Bulimia Awareness Day Community
Bulimia Awareness Day may only happen once a year, but the love and support this community provides goes on all year long. The inspirational people who’ve come together to spread bulimia awareness around the web are here to provide coaching, recovery programs and ideas to help you along your journey. They will uplift and inspire you to be your greatness. Be sure to check ‘em out today!
Polly Mertens had bulimia for 20 years and is now a women’s empowerment mentor and recovery blogger. She is the founder of the bulimia recovery website www.GetBusyThriving.com and the bulimia recovery blog www.Inspiring-Bulimia-Recovery.com. She hosts mentoring programs and online workshops about recovery and has created two free guides about bulimia: Bulimia Recovery Stories and How to Help a Friend with Bulimia.
Caitlin Boyle is the inspiration behind the healthy living blog Healthy Tipping Point and the creator of the self-esteem movement Operation Beautiful. She is the author of three books, including Operation Beautiful: Transforming the Way You See Yourself One Post-It Note at a Time and Operation Beautiful: One Note at Time, and has appeared on The Today Show and the Oprah Winfrey Network.
Nina Vucetic is a recovered bulimics that founded HelpForEatingDisorder.com, a website committed to helping women overcome their struggles with eating disorders. She also has a YouTube channel with many videos about eating disorder recovery. Visit her website where you can find many resources for help including her eBooks and coaching programs.
Richard and Ali Kerr
Richard and Ali are the co-founders of BulimiaHelp.org, a website that provides online self-help treatment and “The Bulimia Help Method”. BulimiaHelp.org is intended for people who don’t have the opportunity to book into expensive treatment centres, for those who have lost hope or those simply seeking a fresh approach to recovery. You can read all about Ali’s recovery from bulimia, explore their member success stories and learn more about their approach to recovery by visiting Bulimia Help today.
Debbie Williams is a eating disorders specialist and hypnotherapist who has studied psychotherapy, nutrition and stopping addictive behaviour. As a trainer for Dr. Richard Bandler and Paul McKenna she has amassed over 50 certificates in NLP. Debbie also assisted life coach Tony Robbins. Her website www.stopbulimia.co.uk has a lot of useful information for sufferers of bulimia.
Maira Holzmann has worked nearly 20 years in women’s empowerment: from running personal leadership mountaineering courses in Colorado, South Africa and the Sierras of California, to supporting clients in recovery from eating disorders, to catalyzing life changing personal growth efforts. She engages mind, body and soul integration through attentional training, somatic awareness and expression and spiritual exploration. Visit Maira’s website for the juicy details.
I’m Shaye, a 26 year old from New Zealand and I consider myself the luckiest gal on Earth…I didn’t win the lottery, I don’t have a flashy car…But I do have a beautiful life free from bulimia – and the opportunity to coach others to recovery too. You can visit herwebsite at your-bulimia-recovery.com.
Mara Glatzel is a self-love coach + clinical social worker, and she work with women who are ready to create the lives they want — and deserve. Her blog — Medicinal Marzipan — has inspired thousands of women to heal their relationships with their bodies, and treat themselves with relentless compassion. Catch up with her on facebook, twitter, or join her body-loving mailing list.
Julie Parker is a counsellor and life coach specialising in supporting women with body image, food and weight concerns. You can connect with her at her website Beautiful You where she shares inspiring images and words on self-love, positive body image and inspirational living.
Author, speaker, and teacher, Rosie Molinary, MFA, empowers women to embrace their authentic selves so they can live their passion and purpose and give their gifts to the world. Rosie is the author of two books: Beautiful You: A Daily Guide to Radical Self Acceptance and Hijas Americanas. She teaches body image and offers workshops and retreats for women, and speaks on self-acceptance, body image, media literacy, the Latina experience, and social justice around the country.
Kim is a licensed Marriage and Family therapist in Roseville, CA. She is a solution-focused therapist providing counseling support, tools and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. She integrates complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. Learn more about Kim by visiting her website.
Michelle is a family physician, motivational wellness speaker, writer, and consultant and has shared her innovative approach to breaking free from yo-yo dieting with thousands of people around the United States. She is the author of Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat: How to Break Your Eat-Repent-Repeat Cycle and Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat with Diabetes that reinforce her powerful message for lasting change. To learn more about Michelle’s work, please visit MichelleMayMD.com.
Moya is the founder of Inspirational-Quotes-and-Thoughts.com, a website committed to providing uplifting messages and support to others. She has been through life’s school of hard knocks including challenges of childhood neglect, alcoholism, eating disorders and bankruptcy and wrote a book called “Overcoming Life’s Challenges”, to reach others who are going through the similar experiences.