bulimia recovery

bulimia recovery

Check out this video: Shaye’s Bulimia Recovery Tips – How to Get Into a Routine of Normal Eating (Structured Eating)

http://www.your-bulimia-recovery.com/recoveryprogram

Eating is so important in bulimia recovery… Depriving yourself of food will only lead to more binging and purging… Learn the technique that will help you transition back into normal eating in a way that isn’t so scary…

24 Responses to “bulimia recovery”

  1. sakuramankai says:

    i’m at the point right now where i actually would want to start making a recovery, but my mind tells me, that i am worthy of it after i’ve lost that certain amount of weight. so im kind of running a circle right now…

  2. thesweetchaos says:

    Thank you so much for making these videos and the website!

  3. marry632 says:

    aww thank you:) i tried eating sturctured many times… but the first time way when i was anorexic and i ate like 4 zwiebacks a day. i did it exactly how you described it but i ate not enough. the next times i did’nt write it down and i always thought or still think “soes’nt matter if you write it down or not. you can do it, and if not you’ll just purge.” but you really motivated me :)

  4. HIUKWAN LO says:

    thanks so much indeed. i just slipped off my diet just now and really need some useful encouragement. <3 you really!

  5. Andy Pandy says:

    I feel so sorry for my body. I’m being a jerk, hurting this body that God has given me. A complete and normal body that some people couldn’t have. I really want to recover from Bulimia. When I do (and I WILL!) I want to tell my story and help others that fight the same battle as me, just like what you did :) Thanks a gazillion tons!

  6. Shaye Boddington says:

    Hi there :) I don’t miss bulimia.. I think this is largely because i never diet anymore… I allow myself to eat all types of food – and so there is nothing about bulimia to be missed. You will get here – keep walking forward with kindness!

  7. bugzy pockets says:

    I’v found a good way2practice compassion n kindness is2 remember people ar just children who ar still learning n 2treat them as i would a child.So i started wonderin why i dnt aply this 2myself. Now its been somthng thats realy helpd me-2 treat n talk2 myself this way.with care,nurturing,acceptance,patience n when i catch me talkin down 2,reprimanding,gettin angry with myself n start2 treat myslf like shit, i try 2 remembr how unhelpful n detrimental that type of treatment would be on a child.

  8. bugzy pockets says:

    I also found a good tip while reading a book of stories from others struggling with eating disorders. there was a girl who wised to be healthy so that she could “give a baby to the world” so everytime she ate she tried to visualize being pregnant and everything in that situation would be from her apartment to her lifestyle and everything she hoped for. and when i practice that visualization it makes me want to treat my body and my self good and do everythng i can to be healthy.

  9. bugzy pockets says:

    I also found a good tip while reading a book of stories from others struggling with eating disorders. there was a girl who wished to be healthy so that she could “give a baby to the world” so everytime she ate she tried to visualize being pregnant and how everything in that situation would be from her apartment to her lifestyle and everything she hoped for. and when i practice that visualization it makes me want to treat my body and myself good and do everythng i can to be healthy.

  10. Shaye Boddington says:

    Hi Rebecca, I am so glad that I was able to help! If you have any questions, I’d love to be able to help your daughter further – you can drop me an email via my website. Stay strong and stay positive :) Love Shaye

  11. Carra Simpson says:

    I am unsure whether I am bulimic, or just compulsive eating. I have purges, and then I will try to exercise for a while to burn off all the sudden food I’ve eating. I’m not even sure why I eat it… it’s just so hard to explain. I haven’t really made myself throw up, I just getting very depressed and feel useless afterwards. What would you recommend? I know I shouldn’t self diagnose, I just feel even more pathetic considering I don’t seem to even fit in a diagnosis.

  12. erinashleyx says:

    Were you ever anorexic binge/purge type or just purely bulimic? I because I think my body is damaged beyond repair but I have been a very a very low weight just wondering if lack of damage you have is because you are unique or because you were never unhealthily underweight??

  13. Shaye Boddington says:

    Hi Erina, in my early teenage years I battled between bulimia and anorexia binge/purge type… It then (as so often does) morphed into full blown binge eating and bulimia. I hope this helps to answer your question :)

  14. El Lamb says:

    Hi Shaye, I just want to start by saying THANK YOU so much for all your efforts to help the rest of us out of this nightmare. I have been bulimic for 5 years now and have been dabbling in recovery. I tried a hospital program but I was resistant to embracing the meal plans, so it didn’t quite work. Your videos helped me realize that more than anything any therapist has said. I’m ready to give recovery another go…but I really struggle with bloating when I try to eat normally. Any advice?

  15. heathoxo says:

    Thank you so much! You look great

  16. Lila Zerfa says:

    Thank you so much for this, I couldn’t stop crying because you inspire hope. Wishing you the best X

  17. Ioana Stoe says:

    Thank you so much with this video!!!! 

  18. justwanabebeautiful says:

    Im going to try structured eating making my plan to eat ever three hours i want recover

  19. Daytona hicks says:

    just before I clicked on this video I ate a pie, I thought to myself since its 3am right now even though im bug eyed tired Il try to stay awake till the sun comes up just so my body has a couple of hours for my metabolism to burn faster… thank you for snapping me out of that spiral.. :) !!!!

  20. mary jane armit says:

    i cant stop, since 14. now 19 with all help. i cant stop. i want to. but cant.

  21. Brenda Nino says:

    @mary jane armit

    and thankyou so MUCH for writing your comment about how hard it is..
    its hard to admit and say “i cant”
    but i assure you can
    now i dont feel so alone so much thanks

  22. Dunia T. says:

    Yet, inside, I still felt partially trapped in my eating disorder. This is because structured eating and eating disorders have something in common; both are based on control (and loss of control). I didn’t want to plan all meals in advance anymore. I wanted to shut my mind and let my body tell me instead when it was the right time to eat. So I did; I started gradually “unplanning” my meals and listening to my body. Turns out our body knows what is best for us if we learn back how to listen to it

  23. Shaye Boddington says:

    I am so happy you have found trust with your body – that is a wonderful thing. For the vast majority of women I have helped in recovery structured eating is a critical step – this is because the jump from the control of eating disorders to the flexibility of listening to your body is just too big and too daunting for most people. Structured eating is a stepping stone to intuitive eating – which is of course, the ultimate goal. I am so glad you have managed to reach that place :)

  24. Anastasia Maksimova says:

    You are great.

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