Are you struggling when it comes to eating?
Perhaps you find yourself binge eating, vomiting after eating, avoiding eating altogether, over-exercising, or otherwise coping with the challenges of healthy eating in self-destructive ways, then you might benefit from help.
Eating disorders are very common. There is no shame in admitting that you need help to have a better relationship with food.
After all, we all have to eat every single day. And yet, food is tied up with so many other things in our worlds: body image, ideas of femininity and masculinity, confusion about what a “healthy” diet is. Food is often a social experience, which can complicate food issues even further. This often leads to disordered eating habits.
You aren’t alone.
And you don’t have to keep suffering every time you think about eating. You can work through the challenges that you have with food.
Imagine being able to just eat freely, when you want to, without all of the shame, guilt, stress, doubt, and confusion that you currently feel about food.
Therapy can help.