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Overcome one urge to Binge

Does resisting an urge to binge or purge feel impossible? I understand that feeling which is why I created this free worksheet to help you sit through an urge. To try it, click “send it to me” below.

Overcome one urge to Binge

Does resisting an urge to binge or purge feel impossible? I understand that feeling which is why I created this free worksheet to help you sit through an urge. To try it, click “send it to me” below.

Overcome one urge to Binge

Does resisting an urge to binge or purge feel impossible? I understand that feeling which is why I created this free worksheet to help you sit through an urge. To try it, click “send it to me” below.

Hi there, I'm Krista

The war with food is over

Are you tired of feeling shame about your eating patterns?

I know what it is like to feel stuck in an eating disorder and not think there is any way out. Depressed, tired and hopeless.

But there is a way out! I am a recovered Bulimic and a Life Coach and I want to help you use the tools that have changed my life. Nothing is better than being happy, healthy and being in control of my life and emotions.

You deserve your life back.

Take your first step towards recovery and sign up for a free mini session today.

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  • Children use their energy to explore, learn and grow. 
Before they start to believe that their body should look a certain way.  Changing your relationship with food means shifting the focus from hatred towards your body to love for it because it allows you to explore learn and grow.  Maybe healing your relationship with food and your body starts with finding the child in you. 
What would you do if you weren’t focused on your body? 
Answering that question is the key to taking your first step out of the cycle of self-hatred. 
#becomeachild #foodfreedom #selflove #selfcare #findyourpassion #teenagementalhealth #bodypositive #mentalhealth #eatingdisorderrecovery
  • I’ve been officially diagnosed with depression, anxiety, bulimia and acute PTSD in the past. I’ve felt like some of these diagnoses would stick with me forever. I’d define myself by my illnesses forever.  I’ve learned that the key to my recovery is learning to be mentally healthy and consistently using tools to maintain mental health.  Make mental health the priority, not the mental illness.  The truth is, I’m on medication for depression and anxiety. Sometimes that’s necessary, but it’s even more important that I practice the skills of mental health.  #mentalhealth #bulimia #bingeeatingdisorderrecovery #bulimiarecovery #teenagementalhealth #confidence #mentalillness
  • From a young age, I felt uncomfortable in my body. It took time to train myself to treat my body like a home instead of the enemy.  My goal is to teach other girls tools that can end the cycle of self-hatred and begin healthy mental and physical habits that will last a lifetime.  What do you do to show self-love to yourself?  #insecurities #selfhatred -> #selflove #selfcare #teenagementalhealth #healthyhabits
  • You have all the power over your emotions! This is such good news.  Here’s how to take your power back:  1. Notice the thought that you have about what another person is doing.
Maybe it’s “They don’t like me”  2. Recognize that thought is why you feel the way you do. The thought creates the pain, not what another person did.  3. Determine if there is a new way you can think that takes away that misery. You can believe anything.
For example, “They might like me and they might not. But either way, I like me”  Your thoughts are your choice.  #thoughtwork #lifecoach #bingeeating #bulimia #disorderedeating #eatingdisorderecovery
  • Food use to take up all my brain power and energy. All that energy that could have been sent on creativity and growth.  This morning I had a cinnamon roll. I enjoyed the experience. I moved on. I didn’t let the food hold some crazy amount of power over me.  My thoughts about food are intentional and practiced. They used to feel uncomfortable, but now I tell myself “it’s just food” and I truly believe it.  #lifecoach #food #disorderedeatingrecovery #selfhelp #disorderedeating #bingeeating #bulimia #edrecovered #mindfulness #thoughtwork
  • Being intentional about the thoughts and things I bring into my life has been a huge focus for me lately.  Having an intentional concept you can base your thoughts on  allows you to purposefully practice and become that concept.  I recently read about the concept of "Hygge" (HOO-gah). It's a concept I've been living and didn't have a name for.  It's all about prioritizing atmosphere and experience rather than things.  My husband and I have taken time to declutter our space and focus on being intentional about spending money and time on experiences rather than things.  Making any intentional change starts with choosing an intentional thought. "I am enough" "I am organized" and "I am living in abundance" are all thoughts I practice.  Recovery is just as intentional. What thoughts do you practice thinking about recovery and how you eat?  #lifecoach #recoverycoach #eatingdisorderrecoverycoach #bulimiarecovery #bingeeatingrecovery #intuitiveeating #thoughtwork #bingeeating #bulimia