This week I wanted to talk about dealing with weight gain and body changes in recovery because it’s probably one of the biggest struggles people have as they work towards food freedom, a better relationship with exercise and/or getting their period back.
In this episode I discuss:
- The main fears associated with weight gain and body changes
- Why letting go of control and sitting with discomfort can feel so hard
- The analogy of your body as a house during recovery
- The two most effective psychological therapies for managing body changes and the fear of weight gain
- Why you can’t think your way out of recovery
- The most effective tools for sitting with uncomfortable feelings during hypothalamic amenorrhea or eating disorder recovery
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