Addictive eating patterns, which may or may not lead to obesity, cause a range of health problems that may have long-term effects. Tobey Geise, a neuro-linguistic programming practitioner (NLP), master practitioner of hypnotherapy, and Reiki master, had a twenty-six-year struggle to release an addiction to bulimia.
This struggle began when she was nine years old, and her doctor said she was fat. Rebelling against severe food restrictions, she discovered bingeing and purging as a “solution.” This pattern continued until she was 35 and confessed about her bulimic addiction to members of her personal growth group. This confession led her to a therapist associated with Overeaters Anonymous (OA) and, eventually, to joining that organization.
When she reached the point where OA no longer served her, she launched a deeper search into the emotional, mental, and spiritual sources of addiction. Developing a lasting commitment to her own healing process, she learned practices that helped her so much that she wanted to share them with others. As a result, she now coaches clients in a variety of holistic ways.
One of the things they said is that 50% of the patients that are in the hospital will receive an opiate, and of that 50% 0.003% to 4.2% will have an adverse reaction. For those that have an adverse reaction, it will increase the length of stay. It will increase the cost of the care; it will put them more at risk to get other side effects or episodes of negative things happening to them.
You will discover that this podcast is full of insights and suggestions that you can apply not only to eating disorders but to all forms of addiction. Tobey has a message that can help anyone whose life is touched directly or indirectly. Her emphasis on the necessity of awareness in all aspects of life can help us all.
Watch this episode of Legal Nurse Podcast to learn How to Get Over Bulimia without Gaining Weight
- How can childhood body-shaming lead to eating disorders?
- What’s the relationship between self-hatred and eating disorders?
- Why do people in programs such as Overeaters Anonymous reach a point where the protocol no longer works?
- Why is it necessary to look beyond the body for true healing?
- What role does awareness play in releasing addictive patterns?
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Tobey Geise is a certified Integrative NLP Coach, Master Practitioner of Hypnotherapy and Mental and Emotional Release®, Reiki Master, and Breathwork Practitioner.
Connect with Tobey at https://www.tghealingworks.com/