Dr. Christian Heim Consultant Psychiatrist, Psychotherapist & Musician on Bulimia

What a truly insightful conversation with Dr. Christian Heim.  It was fun to talk about music and about bulimia. Dr. Heim truly answers the question in such an elightening way about relapse, and how hobbies define you and can be a catalyst to moving from bulimia to a healthy identity connection. What is apparent is […]

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Emma-Jane Taylor Author & Keynote Speaker About Child Abuse & Bulimia

Emma-Jane began with sharing about her childhood, her time with her family, the happy moments, followed by being sexually abused and the ultimate alienationation of her father.  These experiences were devastating for Emma-Jane.  Over time she became rebellious, and “monster”, as she says, who hated life, hated people and hated making decision (on a personal […]

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Bleep Bulimia Episode 16 with Cindy Marshall Health and Wellness Coach on Depersonalization and Bulimia

Many have been known to “numb” themselves. We chat about that and the feeling of “not belonging”. It’s interesting that our business world adopted the “tribal” as a description of culture within an orgnization, yet the familial and friendship circle tribes are not as easy to define, nor to be comfortable with. Has our human […]

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Bleep Bulimia Episode 15 with Sarah McMahon Poet Author Ultramarathoner and Recovered Bulimic

Sarah explains that her eating disorder behaviors started very young, around the age of 10.  She started restricting food at that time, however did not engage in bulimia until she was 18. Sarah feels that being in a larger body size, even if it is not an overweight body, there is shame that comes from […]

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Bleep Bulimia Episode 13 with Jacalyn Schwan Candid Interview About Being Bulimic for 15 Years

I really appreciate Jacalyn for sharing her candid and compelling story about bulimia, and her continued struggle with it.  As a Bulimia Recovery Coach, this interview was not easy.  It is, however, honest and true.  When a bulimic is not ready to let go and still feels bulimia is the answer to remaining slim, it […]

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Bleep Bulimia Episode Eight with Elizabeth Hall Intuative Eating Counselor and Life Coach

Not realizing that dieting perpetually was not the way it was suppose to be and watching it escalate from restrictions to increased binging, Elizabeth began to try to heal her own relationship with food, and in so doing it led her to become an Intuative Eating Counselor. She used food to comfort and soothe herself […]

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Bleep Bulimia Episode 12 with Whitney Lauritsen Wellbeing Coach on Disordered Eating and Mindset

It was such a pleasure chatting with Whitney.   We covered a lot about the feelings one has when they are struggling with their eating disorder, the social pressures, the constant “comparison” to others, the “people pleasing” aspects, and so much more. I really appreciate Whitney’s candid sharing of her personal feelings and expriences, and […]

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How To Have Your Cake & Not Eat It All Too – A Guide to Adult Bulimia Recovery Now Available!

To sign up as a guest on my podcast visit https://www.bleepbulimia.com You can also visit us on FB at https://www.facebook.com/groups/bleepbulimia For support group you can visit FB at https://www.facebook.com/groups/bullimiaddict On instagram @bullimiaddict and @bleepbulimia Link to get the book How to Have Your Cake & Not Eat It All Too is at https://www.howtohavecake.com

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Bleep Bulimia Episode 11 with Lisa Arnold Portrait Photographer and Podcast Host of How do You Want To Be Seen

How Do You Want To Be Seen?  What a lovely question and one that Lisa asks her clients during the introductory session. From a small used camera that she received as a gift at 17, Lisa found it to be such a great experience to photograph everyone.  From there she began photographing wedding and learning […]

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