Today on the podcast I’m joined by Jarrah Nesbitt a physiotherapist and current member of Recovery Club who is here to share her story of recovery from an eating disorder and hypothalamic amenorrhea.
In this episode Jarrah and I discuss:
- Her long standing history of disordered eating and how she felt like she never “fit” any one particular eating disorder diagnosis
- Helpful versus unhelpful treatment that she tried
- Wanting to gain weight, the obstacles that got in the way and how she’s overcoming these
- The impact of orthorexia and how she’s worked hard to change her mindset around eating
- Recommitting to recovery and how it’s completely possible to get better even if you’ve struggled for a long time with an eating disorder or disordered eating
Follow Jarrah on Instagram @jarrahn94
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