Bulimia Recovery Tools
Bulimia Recovery is All About You Choosing to:
Restore normal eating patterns to break the cycle of binging and purging. This will help you release your constant obsession with food and start eating healthy instead.
Re-education to clarify proper nutrition, recognize normal body weight, and realize the importance of a healthy body image.
Achieve emotional resolution where you tackle the reasons underlying your self-destructive behavior and start the unfamiliar process of learning to love and value yourself again.
The Recovery Tools You Need to Overcome Bulimia
Recovery Tools for Self Help - Acknowledging a problem and taking the first step yourself is vitally important for healing. And there are so many ways out there that you can make a start. This blog is a great place to start. Please don’t wait and suffer with your eating disorder for 20 years like I did. Take a step right now to make your life better.
Bulimia Stories - These stories are meant to help you see that you are not alone and that others have won their battle to overcome bulimia. You can, too!
Bulimia Inspiration Videos – Videos meant to keep you informed about your eating disorder and how to live a life in recovery. Learn first hand how you can do it.
Tips for Meditation – To help to regain mental balance and control over your actions using nothing but your own inner strength and resources. In recovery it’s important to learn to be mindful.
Visualization – Visualize a happier, healthier you and to help to get to that place of recovery where you see yourself as a non-bulimic.
Bulimia Books – There are so many great resources you can absorb to get you started on your road to recovery. Read how so many other women have done it.
Hypnosis CD’s – Powerful ways to unlock the power of your own mind. Your subconscious mind is what is now causing you to behave in self destructive manners. The power of your own mind can be harnessed to alter your behavior and regain your recovered life.
Support Groups – Offline and online bulimia forums and groups you can get together with to either participate in or just observe.
Therapy – This can cover a wide multitude of possibilities. Cognitive therapy helps you work through your issues in a systematic and cathartic manner, indentifying how your emotions dictate your actions. Dialectical behavioral therapy can help you regulate your emotions, offer coping mechanisms for them and make you more aware of your actions and why you do what you do. Nutritional therapy can help you reestablish a healthy relationship with food as well as help you understand practical nutritional concepts.
Group or Family Therapy – helps you overcome that horrible feeling of isolation of suffering your traumas alone, and can help you see that there are so many people who care about you and who want to help you.