Ambivalence with Disordered Eating Recovery

Today we explore on the Diet Culture Dropout Podcast how making behaviour change is so difficult for humans. Learn how ambivalence in disordered eating recovery shows up for so many reasons. I am joined with Alida Iacobellis an eating disorder dietitian from Milton, ON.

Here is what we discuss:

– Review what diet culture is and highlight the lense of oppression

– Define ambivalence

– Explore how ambivalence shows up for people trying to recover from disordered eating and intuitive eating into their life?

– Discuss why is this so common for many people trying to make behaviour change

– Alida’s top 3 tips to manage and overcome ambivalence

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