Category: Relapse

Major Life Changes & Eating Disorder Relapse

lady doing Movement therapy in Movement Group for binge eating disorder Planned or unplanned, when life throws major life changes our way, adjusting can be incredibly difficult. Regardless of whether these changes are welcomed or not, it is still difficult to take the transition in stride. Unexpected Major Life Changes These are the life challenges that can send us reeling. Those moments when things are running smoothly, maybe [...]
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Eating Disorder Relapse: Five Steps to Regroup and Resume Recovery

Girl fighting Eating Disorder Relapse Contributed by Canopy Cove Relapse is treated as a “dirty word” in recovery circles, leading to the stigma that an individual that has an eating disorder relapse has failed in some way. This is utterly untrue. Relapse rates are quite high in eating disorders, with anywhere between 22 to 63% of individuals struggling experience a relapse [...]
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Don’t Have a Treatment Team? Work on Relapse Prevention Now

Woman with flower by a fence Being able to work on relapse prevention is about identifying triggers, understanding where they come from, taking each day as they come, and remember that recovery is a process. This can be difficult to do when you do not have a treatment team, but not impossible to do on your own. The goal of treatment [...]
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Know When to Get Help During a Severe Eating Disorder Relapse

Woman struggling with severe relapse Recovery can take practice and patience over several years of mindfulness, practicing coping skills, and treatment. Both care and aftercare are essential for gaining an eating disorder free life. How to Know if You Are in a Severe Relapse First, know that relapses happen at a progressive rate. You may feel that things are going [...]
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