Adapting to Living with Eating Disorders During a Pandemic, by Becky Henry, CPCC

Adapting to Living with Eating Disorders During a Pandemic, by Becky Henry, CPCC

Learning to live in the new reality of having a child with an eating disorder is a process of acceptance that takes a while. And doing that in the middle of a worldwide pandemic adds extra layers of complications and distress to your already mile high cake of chaos....
Can we Be Okay if Our Kids Don’t Recover From an Eating Disorder?, by Becky Henry, CPCC

Can we Be Okay if Our Kids Don’t Recover From an Eating Disorder?, by Becky Henry, CPCC

After listening to this interview https://youtu.be/wN_uzn9ct8w of Carolyn Costin today about Authenticity I got to thinking about what might be possible if parents and other family caregivers were able to embrace this concept of non-judgment or impartiality about...
Radical Acceptance for Parents of those with Eating Disorders, by Becky Henry, CPCC

Radical Acceptance for Parents of those with Eating Disorders, by Becky Henry, CPCC

It’s especially difficult to accept what is when we don’t like what the reality is. Our world is currently giving us plenty of examples every day of difficult realities to accept.  Dozens of opportunities arise to practice this acceptance when we are the family member...
Confidence While Caregiving a Child with an Eating Disorder, by Becky Henry, CPCC

Confidence While Caregiving a Child with an Eating Disorder, by Becky Henry, CPCC

Much like an athletic coach, part of my role is to remind my clients (much like the players in a sport) what they’re in the game for. What the end goal is. Staying focused on the goal when confidence is eroded is challenging.  What gets in the way of being confident...
Rescuing a Loved One with an Eating Disorder, by Becky Henry

Rescuing a Loved One with an Eating Disorder, by Becky Henry

Shift is happening in our world. Big time. And those with eating disorders and other mental illnesses are struggling big time. It’s a hard time that is making it harder to be in recovery. Watching a child with a life threatening illness is brutal. No way around...