42 min

How to spot an eating disorder in your child w/ guest Susan Landers The Strong[HER] Way | non diet approach, mindset coaching, lifestyle advice

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Hey Friend,

Today, we are talking about a heavy topic that is near to my heart. As someone who dabbled in an eating disorder as a teen and then went on to have a broken and disordered relationship to food in my adult years, I am super passionate about helping our sons and daughters grow up to be healthy and have healthy relationships to food and their bodies.

We are joined by Susan Landers who navigated this very thing with her own teen daughter. Susan shares her wisdom and experience as a mom, gives us some signs to look out for, and sheds some advice on what to do if we find ourselves facing the same thing with our own kids.

A little info on our guest today:

Dr. Susan Landers is a neonatologist who worked full-time in the NICU for over thirty years and raised three children to young adulthood.

She achieved many academic and professional accomplishments, and she encountered challenges along the way, both in her career and in her mothering.

Her children presented her with common problems and some not so common, such as dyslexia, ADHD, and an eating disorder.

Susan suffered through one particularly difficult period during her midlife, after the birth of her third child, that propelled her to make specific choices and a career change.

She loves to tell stories that reassure younger mothers to know that they, too, can become a “good enough mother” especially if they work full-time.

She supports mothers with her social media posts and her blog. Her new book is “So Many Babies: My Life Balancing a Busy Medical Career and Motherhood.”

To learn more about Dr. Landers and her work now or to find her book visit her website:
https://susanlandersmd.com

If you've experienced a rocky relationship to food and/ or your body and you're ready to make peace with food and the scale I want to invite you schedule your free consult today. Email alisha@alishacarlson.com .

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Hey Friend,

Today, we are talking about a heavy topic that is near to my heart. As someone who dabbled in an eating disorder as a teen and then went on to have a broken and disordered relationship to food in my adult years, I am super passionate about helping our sons and daughters grow up to be healthy and have healthy relationships to food and their bodies.

We are joined by Susan Landers who navigated this very thing with her own teen daughter. Susan shares her wisdom and experience as a mom, gives us some signs to look out for, and sheds some advice on what to do if we find ourselves facing the same thing with our own kids.

A little info on our guest today:

Dr. Susan Landers is a neonatologist who worked full-time in the NICU for over thirty years and raised three children to young adulthood.

She achieved many academic and professional accomplishments, and she encountered challenges along the way, both in her career and in her mothering.

Her children presented her with common problems and some not so common, such as dyslexia, ADHD, and an eating disorder.

Susan suffered through one particularly difficult period during her midlife, after the birth of her third child, that propelled her to make specific choices and a career change.

She loves to tell stories that reassure younger mothers to know that they, too, can become a “good enough mother” especially if they work full-time.

She supports mothers with her social media posts and her blog. Her new book is “So Many Babies: My Life Balancing a Busy Medical Career and Motherhood.”

To learn more about Dr. Landers and her work now or to find her book visit her website:
https://susanlandersmd.com

If you've experienced a rocky relationship to food and/ or your body and you're ready to make peace with food and the scale I want to invite you schedule your free consult today. Email alisha@alishacarlson.com .

Are we connected yet?

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42 min

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