LaurieAnn Campbell public
[search 0]
More

Download the App!

show episodes
 
This podcast is all about different ways to support recovery from bulimia, primarily focussing on Midlife Bulimia. No ONE way is right for everyone when it comes to recovery. This Podcast aims at inviting specialized guests who are able to help with providing different approaches, from emotional eating to spiritual methods of overcoming it, and even methods that likely many have not even heard of before yet may be that SPARK to move forward and say "yes, this form of recovery I can relate to ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Yes, Dad died. Yes, it was tough living with him and Mom while I watched him fight for his life for his wife. And yes, it was a blessing to be here. I did do some podcasts until October, however, it was tough. Dad told me in June he was dying. Amazing man!! Renaissance man. Great in art, science, English, and sports. Wrote poems, sand base baritone…
 
Jem speaks about his "midlife awakening" where previously he had lost his self-worth and this loss affected his relationships with his wife, his friends, his colleagues. It came to the point where Jem said he lost everything, except his two sons. Listen to his episode to find out how Jem successfully and through communication, learned how to pull h…
 
Interesting episode covering the Law of Attraction and how we manifest our own attractions. Zehra has a passion for this and speaks understanding this "power" allows the people to take back their self-worth. You can find out more by clicking the link below. www.getmanifestingadvice.com Book a one-time free 30-minute consultation with Zehra and get …
 
Anissa said she began taking yoga lessons. She had no intention of teaching. Anissa lived in a large active Military community. She decided to support the community and realized she had to start by helping herself. Trauma was not a stranger in Anissa's life. She says she knows it intimately. Among the traumas, she is a bereaved mother and a two-tim…
 
Beautiful episode with Alison who shares about her eating disorder and her journey to recovery. What an amazing story about using holistic practices to heal. As I often say, this podcast is about finding the RIGHT solution for YOU. Alison's story is one that speaks to using our life experiences to heal and recover. Alison speaks to the combination …
 
Very interesting conversation with Spencer. Who knew that Social Assistance was available to people with eating disorders? I know I am in Canada, however, I think the conversation about mental health and how Bulimia falls under this category, is really important for my listeners to know, globally. You can find Spencer at https://www.bishinspublishi…
 
Unpack and heal your trauma with Greg. He helps people feel the pain to be able to metabolize it. Can we create our own trauma? Why do we hide our trauma? Greg speaks to relationships with others being so important. Greg works with people to connect to their inate wisdom. These notes will never be able to clearly define Greg's own wisdom and the wo…
 
Andrea was inspired to become a psychological coach due to her lack of healthy boundaries and coming into one's power. She realized limiting beliefs get in the way. She wanted to inspire others to make changes in their lives. Acceptance and acceptance of love can be a struggle with bulimics. Andrea says we came into this world with an unfilled bott…
 
Josie Warren and I discussed her work, and why she became a Chronic Illness Expert. Part of that was overcoming her own struggle with bulimia, which she is now recovered 7 years from. Josie says she thought she would be a lifetime bulimic and is happy to have learned that she could indeed overcome it. Josie started her bulimia at about 12 in 7th gr…
 
Leah is brave in sharing her story, as were my previous guests. In this case, I found it interesting that, as Leah said, not many women start later in life to have an eating disorder. Although it is becoming more common, it is still outside of the norm. Most women who struggle with later issues with eating disorders did start in their earlier years…
 
This was a very inspiring Podcast, where Shani shares her journey through recovery. I loved that she focussed on what it is truly about. Emotions. At times it starts off differently, however, it always transitions into that emotional realm. The question to ask, as Shani so clearly states, is the "Why". Used in business, and why you want to succeed,…
 
Dr. Niti has been a double board-certified pediatrician for over 2 decades. Her training in Gastroenterology and Nutrition at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston Texas has equipped her with experiences and knowledge about eating disorders. We discovered during this episode that her uniquely designed AWE-some Program from her first book Project L.…
 
"A Surprisingly Simple Method for Getting Out of Your Own Way" is the tag line for the Taming Your Gremlin book by Rick Carson. It was in 2013, 2 years recovered from the "act" of bulimia that I was introduced to his book through a coaching program I was taking through Handwriting University called the PRISM Life Redesign Program designed by Bart B…
 
You can reach out to Jessica by email at info@UnderstandingNutrition.com or by going to https://www.eatingdisordersbootcamp.com/. She explains that the Eating Disorders Boot Camp is the premier training workshop for health professionals who want practical tools for helping individuals with eating disorders ASAP. Taken by thousands of professionals …
 
You can reach Elena by going to https://www.sentidu.com/contact/ More about Elena: "I am a personal coach who holds space for you to have absolute awareness about yourself and accompany you on your journey toward evolution. This is all you need to thrive in all aspects of life and leave a healthy legacy to future generations so that our children ca…
 
You can reach out to Renée by going to: www.packyourownbag.com/friends Renée says this is a gift for my listeners. It's an exercise she takes her clients through to help them get on track and stay on track. More about Renée: Renee spent 40 years on the Diet Yo-Yo before she got free of emotional eating, which helped her not only lose the pounds but…
 
You can reach out to Dr. Denise by going to https://www.ownyouramazingnow.com/ More about Dr. Denise: Dr. Denise Moore Revel is a CEO, founder, and an award-nominated-best-selling author, speaker, and personal development and business coach. For over 25 years, she has literally helped people find their voices. As a speech-language pathologist, her …
 
You can reach out to Christa by going to: https://www.elive-health.com/ More about Christa: Christa graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2000. She was immediately drawn to Emergency Medicine and was a trauma nurse for 8 years. She was able to experience working in this field in hospitals around the country including New York City and …
 
You can reach Lynne at https://lynnebowman.com/ More about Lynne: Lynne has been featured at women's expos throughout the country, teaming with actress Deidre Hall to write and publish Deidre Hall's Kitchen Closeup (2010) and Deidre Hall's How Does She Do It? (2012). In previous lives, she won national awards as a creative director for Silicon Vall…
 
When her daughter was growing up, Cynthia realized she was not ready for parenting and how to deal with it. She was coaching at the time and decided to research this topic. There was nothing that she truly answered the question she was looking for. It was what inspired her to research it further and to write her book Ally Parenting. Cynthia explain…
 
Beautiful young lady. Gymnast and Ice Skater who struggled through having an eating disorder. She was not alone in her family. Her twin sister and her mother also struggled. This story about her finding Beyond Rules Recovery and even becoming the "sidekick" to Shira is wonderful and inspiring. Thank you Tasha for sharing and being on my Podcast. Yo…
 
Shira kindly shares her story of struggling with her eating disorders and followed by the wonderful sharing of her recovery and how it led her to what she is doing today. We bring up the issues of finding the right help because not everyone is adaptable to one type of support. Shira started very young and did transition from what she says was anore…
 
Wonderful chat with Joseph about the amazing mental and physical impact dancing has. This was a beautiful conversation without the direct composition about bulimia, however, it does relate in a way of a great release of anxiety, depression, and overwhelms. And it's NOT ABOUT BEING PERFECT! How many of you out there love to dance, and just don't any…
 
Wonderful conversation with Deborah Levine about her life and how she overcame the obstacles of multiple health issues, being a single mother, and building a life that is truly inspiring. Although this episode does not cover much about bulimia, other than a couple of stories that were relatable, it is an inspirational one with hope resilience. More…
 
Why does David Medansky call himself the Overweight Person's Best Friend? It all stems from his own experience of being overweight and being told that he had two choices. Lose weight or he may die. His doctor told him that if he didn't lose the weight, he would rather David find another doctor, as he didn't want him to die on his watch. David takes…
 
A very compelling story about bulimia. Tammy wants parents to recognize the signs. Understandably even when you see "signs" parents can be stuck in a position of denial or fear or lack of understanding because it's scary to not understand. In the era that Tammy had bulimia, as with me, our parents didn't have the literature available to them that t…
 
I met Cristian two years ago. We mention one year, however looking back, it's been two. When Forbes Riley started bringing us together. At first I wanted Cristian Hauser on to speak to his transformation. I am amazed at the story he did end up sharing. Beautiful. His sight from the outside looking at a bulimic is precious. Many of us who have been …
 
"Look at all the things we had to do happen to become who we are today". Karen's story is inspiring. Karen lost her son Daniel in 2011 on the 12th of July. It was a day that was supposed to be a lazy Sunday. Yet, there he was, lying in a fetal position. Karen and her husband grieved differently. Now, how does this relate to Bulimia? Karen changed h…
 
What a pleasure to have Mel Mason on this podcast. To me, her message is important for many who are struggling to recover from bulimia. Her words speak volumes, and her story is compelling and also proves that even through adversity, you can move forward. In her Freedom From Clutter's 5 Day Challenge which started today, and which I am attending, I…
 
What insight on the mind Rachel shares about that "label on your back" and the need to rip it off. She shares about her childhood and being "labeled" a "slow learner" due to being "different" in that she needed to read aloud. This label had her spiraling until she took courses in NLP and from there, she learned the need to change the mindset from w…
 
Very intriguing podcast subject with Tom Paladino. I had never heard of it before he reached out to me to share this with my listeners and how it may help with recovery.. Tom is researching scalar light and scalar energy. There were so many questions about this. How does it work? Tom explains this in regards to the connection with quantum physics a…
 
A subject few women want to talk about, and yet it is so important. And if my listeners are still struggling through bulimia in their menopausal stages, this is a need-to-listen Podcast. I found Angela on Podmatch.com and she lives halfway around the world. Why Angela? Because she actually understood my purpose of having her on my Podcast after I e…
 
Such a lovely conversation with Cassie. Being someone who deals with women with midlife bulimia she was pleased to be on the show to be able to share her story and to say "you're not alone". Cassie, herself, struggled with emotional eating, as was her family. Even though her education, she realized she was more able to help others than herself! Thi…
 
I am so honoured to have had this guest on my Podcast. Rannveig explained that it was the first time she's gone public with her history of being a bulimic. She is fully recovered, yet says she still holds shame about having been at one time a "bulimic". To me, her ability to speak so profoundly about it brought to mind my own feelings. I was quite …
 
Dr. Foojan Zeine shares a very interesting perspective on Bulimia and her story of how she came to create the Awareness Integration program. We discuss parental control, the difference between Anorexia and Bulimia, and some essentials on moving towards recovery. We talked about triggers. Many bulimics feel they have food triggers, however, they are…
 
This is just a short episode, where I share how blessed I am. For years I did not want to help myself. For the past 11 years, I have. And now I am wanting to help others. It was a "time out for self". It's not that I refused to help others, however, I did learn during that time how to ask for help as well. That is not a weakness. My life took a tur…
 
What a great conversation with Coach Jonathan! A longer episode, and one filled with compassion, empathy, and stories. Coach Jonathan, himself, overcame binge eating (although he didn't purge, there are many similarities with bingers and binge/purgers regarding their relationship with food) Coach Jonathan shares his F.A.S.T. model. As he states, it…
 
The "emotions" part of this podcast really hit me, because Ann spoke to getting in touch with them. This is a difficult thing often for those struggling with bulimia. Their world revolves more around food than their emotions because they are eating them and purging them and not even realizing it! I truly appreciate Ann's story going through her jou…
 
Mss François is incredible. Why? Because is honest. And her honesty comes from her self-confidence and self-love. Mss François did go through trauma, and how she dealt with it was creating comedy, and entertainment, and sharing her story that way. I asked her to come on to this Podcast because I believe that this is something those who struggle wit…
 
If you are trying to recover, it truly is important to listen. If you have to ask the same question 5 times, you are not listening, and there could be a couple of reasons. You are not 100% ready to recover, or the person helping you, be it a psychiatrist, therapist or coach, is NOT the right fit. Find the right fit. If you feel they are, then you n…
 
Critical committee in your mind. Feeling bankrupt inside. This is what Debora was feeling until she transformed. Debora did struggle with anorexia and bulimia as well. She shares her journey towards finding a way to heal. She came from a medical family, who wanted "data". So Debora moved forward in her education and working with clients to get that…
 
What a great conversation with Mark. I never knew much about "mania" and it was intriguing to hear his story. And it goes on to his beautiful sharing of finding his imagination when telling stories to his stories, which then propelled him into writing his book Prisoner of War, which has just been released!! He received an insight about the title. I…
 
Laughter Club! Yes, a laughter club! And Cathy loves to laugh! Interesting conversation about laughter and how Cathy came about becoming a Laughter Yoga Instructor and Leader. Along with this, she also has a worm business, which she started in 2002 when Toronto Canada closed their landfill. Cathy and I discussed how it is interesting that if you ar…
 
In this Podcast Lisa opens up to her time as a bulimic and feeling that she thought she would be stuck with it her whole life. What is inspiring is, like me, she did recover and she wrote a book about her journey to recovery. I liked that Lisa called me out on one of my opinions and shared her. That is what Podcasts are about. We may agree to disag…
 
What a great pleasure to meet with Ullis yet again! Third time as a guest on my Podcasts and twice here and likely to be thrice! We move here to the topic of Forgiveness. This is such a difficult topic to really speak about. Forgiveness of self, of others, is it possible? Listen to learn more. What do you think about Forgiveness? Ullis is the Autho…
 
Amy shares her story about being caregiver, about being so focused on others. She says it is difficult to take care of yourself. After 6 weeks of a "break-down" she learned more about herself. Amy believes essential oils are definitely "essential" to people. I agree. She believes that there are many ways to heal that the earth has provided. I agree…
 
Fun fact. I had the "help" wrong. It was "serve other people at all times". However, same goes. It is very important to serve yourself to be able to serve others. And too, when you are serving everyone else you do lose yourself. Too food is not your all. When you are bulimic, you focus all on the food. You don't care anymore what your body is telli…
 
Absolutely the best way to start a day. Emma Stroud, a comedy performer, speaker, MC, speaker mentor, coach and clown. Clown? I asked her about this and she so eloquently described the meaning of a clown. Brought me back to the days when I tried to be a class clown and ended up with detentions. So I stopped. I will say I really enjoyed it though. E…
 
What a beautiful lady. I loved that Karina opened up about her own struggles with limiting beliefs, her admission of moving from a "party world" to holistic, and I believe one of the biggest take away was her speaking to sometimes we feel ill, and it being the body manifesting a "purging" of emotions naturally. However, in the bulimia world, this i…
 
What a great pleasure to meet with Ullis again. Ullis was a guest on the other Podcast I co-host with Roy Miller. I was intrigued by many things that Ullis spoke to regarding her books, and her views on energy, healing and the mind and the body connection. There is so much to learn here. I did invite her on this Podcast because while we were conver…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2023 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login