Sep 28, 2022
The need for control is a double edged sword. On the one hand, the more we know about the world, the safer we feel. Conversely, the less we know the more uneasy and scared we feel. Thus the need for control is deeply rooted in fear and those exact fears will be different for everyone.
Today I’m going to discuss:
Sep 21, 2022
Today on the podcast I'm overjoyed to share Gem Woods' real recovery story with you.
Gem’s recovery story has taken 10 years to write its self. And a 10 Year journey to find herself. After years of restrictive and bingeing behaviour, her periods stopped when Gem added a new love of intense exercising, with the...
Sep 14, 2022
Today on the podcast I’m joined by Alex Rodriguez, an accredited practicing dietitian and eating disorder recovery advocate based in Brisbane, Australia. Combining his own lived experience and passion to pursue a career in the eating disorder field, Alex aims to help and inspire others on their recovery journeys.
Sep 8, 2022
We're here with a bit of a contraversial topic today so I'm gonna start this off with a content warning: in this episode we discuss alcohol and its impacts on recovery, as well as ensuring you have a safe and healthy relationship with alcohol. If you find this topic triggering in any way please skip this episode and...
Aug 31, 2022
If you've ever struggled with a rigid or compulsive exercise, it can be hard to imagine a life where your workouts feel fun, and work around your schedule instead of dictating it. Well, the good news is you CAN get there.
Today's podcast highlights 7 key elements that underpin a healthy relationship with exercise so...