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Betsy Brenner is a long time tennis coach, and retired hospital attorney. Betsy’s inspiring message is that it is never too late to a work in progress. Betsy is an eating disorder recovery speaker, advocate and peer support mentor. She is the author of the book “The Longest Match: Rallying to Defeat and Eating Disorder in Midlife”.
We discuss topics including:
- Being diagnosed with an eating disorder in her 40’s
- Recovery being a choice and it wasn’t her fault for developing an eating disorder
- What triggered an eating disorder in midlife?
- It’s never too late to work on past trauma
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