IN THIS EPISODE
Mindy is a recovered clinician from anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. She is a recovery advocate for eating disorders and realized during her journey of recovery how detrimental black and white thinking was to her recovery and was challenged to live in the gray. She changed her gray to the hot pink and tries to live a more balanced life of less extremes. Mindy volunteers at the Eating Disorder Foundation of Denver.guest blogs and is a guest speaker to groups about eating disorder recovery.
We discuss topics including:
- What living in the hot pink means
- Identify being in a larger body
- Problems with diet culture
- Body image is the last thing to go in recovery work and trusting your team
- It is ok to set boundaries
- IG: @Livinginthehotpink
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