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How to Stop Binging – Life on the Inside from a Recovering Food Addict

I am posting this excerpt from the blog of a local Victoria personal trainer named Tara Brunet from Training by Tara Brunet┬ábecause it so beautifully describes very common struggles with anxiety and binge eating in a down to earth way … Continue reading

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Complications of Eating Disorders – Symptoms You May Never Have Imagined

In Victoria BC where I have my private practice we have hundreds of counsellors who advertise a specialty in eating disorders. There is a great demand for support in this area. One of the more interesting phenomena that I observe … Continue reading

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Eating Disorders: Who is at Risk?

Eating Disorders 1) Who is at Risk? Recently I was asked who I find are the most common people to experience eating disorders. In my practice I see people from all walks of life that are experiencing a dysfunctional focus … Continue reading

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