Bulimia Help: Getting Started
My Best Advice For How to Stop Bulimia
The questions I’m most frequently asked when people want bulimia help to overcome their eating disorder is:
Where do I start with recovery? What’s the first step to beat bulimia?
I will do my best to share with you a lot of insights, tools and strategies you can start to use today to help you overcome bulimia, too.
Please understand before you read on that I am not a therapist and there is no substitute for eating disorder counseling and therapy. If you’re in a serious situation, please pick up the phone and get the help you need. It could save your life.
5 Bulimia Help Tips for Getting Started
I want to start by offering you a lot of tools and tips I’ve created or resources I’ve come across that can help you stop being bulimic. Then, I’ll go into the mindset shift and day-to-day activities I would suggest to get you started on your road to recovery. Read more >
Shifting Your Mindset
Many of the people I coach are often amazed how quickly they start to see a change in their lives. One of the first things we address in the coaching process is self-awareness. Without clarity of thought, words and actions you’re not in control of your life. Shifting your mindset, language and actions will start to take your life in a whole new direction. Read more >
Bulimia Self Help Strategies
I know how hard it is to live with bulimia…especially if you’ve lived with it for 5, 10, 15 or more years. Read about these 4 strategies you can start with and one day at a time, one step at a time, one moment of binge/purge decision at a time you can change the direction of the next 20 years or more of your life. Read more >
For goodness sake – do what you feel called to do!
Take whatever step it feels like you should take NOW. Taking one step today will change your life in a small way. Each day as you take new steps your life will begin to change.
I see my life so differently than when I had bulimia and that’s because I have practiced a new way of being in my life. I’ve slowly taken myself out of the bulimia maze that kept me binging and purging my way through life.
Now I can embrace being with people, loving myself, and feeling the connection with my highest self like never before.
This is totally possible for you, too.
As your virtual coach I invite you to take one step today. Then email me what you did and how you’re doing.
Remember, too, there are no straight lines on the road to recovery. The road is full of twists and turns, bumps and detours. Relapses happen. Expect imperfection and remember to go easy about it when you have a tough time and feel like turning back.
An ancient Chinese tale goes something like…
When running up the hill, it’s ok to give up, just don’t let your feet stop moving.
I wish you all the best on your journey.
To your recovery!