83 episodes

The Starving ED podcast brings you powerful stories of courage and survival from people just like you who have lived with, or who are currently living with, an eating disorder and who refuse to give up and who have found ways to manage adversity and fear so they can live their lives as fully as they can, even in spite of the challenges they may still face.

Starving ED Kristen Elliott

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

The Starving ED podcast brings you powerful stories of courage and survival from people just like you who have lived with, or who are currently living with, an eating disorder and who refuse to give up and who have found ways to manage adversity and fear so they can live their lives as fully as they can, even in spite of the challenges they may still face.

    082: The Starving ED podcast comes to an end!

    082: The Starving ED podcast comes to an end!

    Episode 82: Today’s podcast is short and sweet. It’s less than four minutes long from start to finish and I invite you to have a listen. I wanted to announce officially that the Starving ED podcast has come to an end, at least for the time being. I also wanted to thank all of my listeners and all of my guests.

    It has been an honor to speak with and get to know so many different folks from all walks of life. Thank you for sharing your story!

    If this is your first time finding the Starving ED podcast, please go back and listen to the previous episodes. There is so much wisdom to be found in the words that are spoken throughout.

    Eating disorders thrive in secrecy! Let's keep the conversations going!

    • 3 min
    081: Nina Manolson

    081: Nina Manolson

    Episode 81: Nina Manolson – Nina is a Body-Peace® coach. She helps women end the war with food and body and finally feel truly at home in their body – as it is. She brings her 30 years’ experience as a therapist, Body-Trust® Guide and Psychology of Eating Teacher to helping women create a positive relationship with their food and body.

    Nina’s work and body-poems – are all in service of helping women get off the diet roller-coaster and into a compassionate and powerful way of eating & living which creates deep, long-lasting change in and with their bodies. Learn more at: NinaManolson.com.

    In today’s episode, Nina shares about her own struggles with food and her body and how her personal work in this area has led her to making Body-Peace her life’s work. Nina also explains why this work is so important.

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    Eating disorders thrive in secrecy! Let's keep the conversations going!

    • 45 min
    079: Marci Warhaft

    079: Marci Warhaft

    Episode 79: Marci Warhaft – Marci is a recognized expert on body image and self-esteem, and founder of The Fit vs Fiction body image workshops, which teaches kids how to thrive in an image obsessed society. She was named one of Canada’s Top 100 influencers for 2018, 2019 and 2020 by Optimyz fitness magazine and is the author of, “The Body Image Survival Guide for Parents” and “The Good Stripper: A Soccer Mom’s Memoir of Lies, Loss and Lap Dances” where she shares in raw, honest and intimate detail her eye-popping journey to self-discovery.

    In today’s episode, Marci shares about how the death of her brother prompted her 20+ year struggle with an eating disorder, how she recovered and what she has learned through her experiences, and also what she is doing today to help kids thrive in a culture that is heavily focused on image and appearance.

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    Eating disorders thrive in secrecy! Let's keep the conversations going!

    • 43 min
    078: Thursday Reflections

    078: Thursday Reflections

    Episode 78: Thursday Reflections - A review of episode 77 and a personal commentary on the importance of mindfulness in recognizing our own automatic patterns of thought and behavior. Also, my guest for Monday November 1st is announced.

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    Eating disorders thrive in secrecy! Let's keep the conversations going!

    • 9 min
    077: Victoria Evans

    077: Victoria Evans

    Episode 77: Victoria Evans – Victoria began her career in the corporate world with a prominent Fortune 500 company in the beauty industry in Montreal. During this time, her challenges related to eating disorders, mental health, extreme dieting, and over-exercising became a catalyst for creating a solution to an issue millions of women deal with today. As a successful Intuitive Eating Coach, she is disrupting the wellness industry through her fundamentally science-based approach. Victoria helps countless women heal their relationship with food by optimizing their mindset for happier and healthier lifestyles.

    In today’s episode, Victoria shares her personal experiences with an eating disorder, her journey into recovery, and explains how she’s helping others through her science-based approach.

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    Eating disorders thrive in secrecy! Let's keep the conversations going!

    • 41 min
    076: Thursday Reflections

    076: Thursday Reflections

    Episode 76: Thursday Reflections - A review of episode 75 and I also share some of my own personal experience with using thought records in treatment and recovery. Also, my guest for Monday, October 18th is announced.

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    Eating disorders thrive in secrecy! Let's keep the conversations going!

    • 12 min

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