Really enjoyed this candid interview with the wise and prolific actor Louis Di Bianco on his podcast “Change Your Story, Change Your Life.” He has an interview style that brings out his guest’s deep secrets! 🙂 I hope this is helpful to someone out there in Interweb Land.

Now is a great time to get honest about the purpose behind your bulimia. I’m convinced we humans are wildly smart, hell bent on survival, and don’t do things repeatedly that don’t serve us in some capacity. Before you can let go of your eating disorder for good and reconnect

There is no greater gift you can give or receive than to honor your calling. It’s why you were born. And how you become most alive.” ~Oprah Winfrey How are you doing so far? I ask, because, throughout this blog, I’m sure many concepts have been super triggering. Recovery is work. It’s

Measuring progress in terms of days abstinent is a topic on which people in the eating disorder recovery world disagree. Do we count the days since our last binge/purge like they advocate in Alcohol and Narcotics Anonymous? Or do we look for more subjective signs of progress? The differing

There may be some who quit bulimia cold turkey and never go back. To those souls I say, “Holy crap! Amazing. Power to you!” And, “How the hell did you do that?” But for the rest of us, for whom it is a two-steps forward and one-step back