Would You Like a Better Relationship with Food, Your Body, Yourself?

Are you ready to break up with bulimia, alcoholism, and/or your other addictions, for real?

Has your love affair with the addiction cycle finally run its course, but quitting has been impossible?

Even scary?

Or do you simply not know where to turn?

Rather than Rehab can help.

The book takes you through the science behind your addiction (no, you're not just a weak willed person with no resolve!), offers a series of strategies that will help you release the behaviors, and then suggests a myriad of ideas so you can create a life you love living. (Hint: when we are healthy and love our life, we no longer need the addictive behaviors.)

If an accountability partner via private, one-on-one coaching would speed up your process to finally kissing food and other addictions lovingly goodbye, I might be your gal to help!

How am I qualified? I am certified in this work and have been able to release a number of addictions in my own life.

For decades, I secretly battled a brutal eating disorder and other addictions. In fact, most of my 20s, 30s, and into my mid 40s were wrought with one food, booze, or relationship disaster after another.

I've been addiction free since May 9, 2013, so this is a pretty recent phenomenon. But the shame is gone, so I can finally go public and help others heal from eating disorders and other addictions.

In order to effectively assist, over and above my own experiences and research, I earned a certification in Transformational Addiction Recovery Coaching through Being True To You in 2015 and have never looked back. Helping others heal their relationship with food, with themselves, and with their bodies is my passion and purpose.

Who Am I?

I'm simply a sensitive soul who has finally broken free from the addiction cycle. Now, life is full of creative endeavors, coaching, hiking, biking, loving, and serving to the best of my abilities despite life's challenges.

Writing is also a passion. Well, maybe not a passion, but a vehicle this ambivert uses to get my ideas on paper. I've had the pleasure of publishing two kids books ("Bumbles...saves Naipoki!" and "Bumbles...finds her way home!") and three adult non-fiction books ("The Soul of Success" with Jack Canfield and my own books, "Safe Souls: Transforming Relationships Through the Power of Kind, Clean & Clear Communication" and "Rather than Rehab: Quit Bulimia & Upgrade Your Life.") Since life didn't give me the opportunity to have real babies, my creations help fill that void.

I love fabric arts, reading, spirituality, yoga, CrossFit, skiing, motor-biking, contemporary architecture, horses, and snuggling with my little rescue mutts, Tessa, Lulu, and Milo.

Can You Relate to My Philosophy?

I believe that those struggling with addiction are not bad people.

We are not people with no resolve, no will-power, and no character. We are simply highly sensitive and creative people trying to survive. And our addictions helped us ... until they didn't.

Then we sought a better way.

My guess is that you are a wildly intelligent, successful, courageous person. You have huge dreams and amazing aspirations. You don't flat-line life. You are an explorer. You are a risk taker.

Yes, sometimes those risks have led to chaos. But it's through the recovery journey that you will eventually find peace and meet your true self.

It may not feel like it, but you are in the perfect place of discovery as you dive into REALLY living ... living without your band-aid of bulimia and other addictions.

Freedom is your birthright.

I have zero judgment around what you have or have not done with food, booze, drugs, relationships.

My heart is with you.

I understand the daily struggle.

I know what it's like to wake up every ... single ... day saying, "This is the day I will not do it!" Only to fall on your face by breakfast.

But recovery IS possible, and I'm here to help you get there.

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Are you ready to break up with your bulimia, for real?

Has your long love affair with the binge/purge cycle finally run its course, but breaking up with it has proven impossible? Even scary? Through her book and coaching programs, Lori leads you through a series of strategies to do just that. Born from a two-decade battle with bulimia and body dysmorphic disorder and her extensive experience helping others overcome their disordered eating, Lori has created a plan that works. Her dream is to help as many people as possible escape their private prisons and embrace freedom with food and their bodies.

When she’s not creating, coaching or writing, you can find Lori hiking the trails near her homes in Vancouver and Phoenix or completing higher altitude treks such as Kilimanjaro, Mt. Kenya, Everest Base Camp, and the Salkantay/Inca Trails in the Andes. She supports NGOs that advance prosperity and healing in the developing countries she explores. Lori also loves yoga, reading, skiing, motor-biking, contemporary architecture, horses, and snuggling with her husband and two rescue dogs, Milo and Tessa.


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