The Best Friend Everyone Wants on Their Recovery Team
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The Binge Eating Disorder Recovery Guide is the perfect companion when you need a feisty, but compassionate friend to help you along your recovery journey – fearless enough to endure your ‘crazies’, but compassionate enough to sit with you on the sofa, sharing the calories in that shopping bag full of stuff you wish you hadn’t bought. Why? well, because that’s what real friends do, right?
Full of wisdom and affirming words of encouragement, you’ll soon become your own best friend – you know, the one who suddenly appears by your side when shit hits the fan and you exhale with relief because you thought you were gonna have to deal with it alone.
You’re not alone anymore and sharing this guide with you is like a big warm hug letting you know it.
Simple, easy to read and visual
Let’s not underestimate how hard it is to retrain the mind to think in a way that’s different to how its been allowed to think for decades. I don’t know about you, but when things get hard – simple works best for me. Anyone else tired of thinking so much? Me too – that’s why I had to find a way to sift out my top takeaways from therapy and translate them in to easy words, bold colours, shapes and images that are easier to consume and refer to.
Speak to yourself as you read
Had enough of people talking at you? Feel uncomfortable creating affirmations and encouraging words towards yourself? I thought so. That’s why the main content of the guide is written in the first person – as you read, you’ll be speaking these things to yourself. Thank me later when you’re encouraging yourself and don’t know where that voice came from.
The lived-experience perspective
This guide is the creative interpretation of the information I gained from therapy treatment – the key parts that helped me. It doesn’t include everything that was covered but gives you a taste of what I learned in therapy, from my own lived experience. These are practical actions, thoughts and ideas that I found useful to remember as I’ve navigated my way through recovery and I hope they’ll inspire you too.
Does this guide replace the need for therapy and support from trained medical professionals? No. No. And No.
Oh wait, one more thing – keep your eyes peeled for the release of the book I’m writing to accompany the guide. I’ll be sharing more about my story and the recovery mindset in there, so download the guide and join the mailing list to be the first to know about it’s release.