Body Boop Featured on Food Psych Podcast for #NEDAW2016

February 23, 2016 • Eating Disorder, National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, Recovery • Views: 1613

Food Psych has quickly become one of my favorite podcasts! Host Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CDN, explores guests’ relationships with food, both past and present, and on this special episode for National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, we talk about my eating disorder history. We discuss questions surrounding insurance reform, treatment options, and better eating disorder education in medical and nursing schools.

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3 Responses to Body Boop Featured on Food Psych Podcast for #NEDAW2016

  1. Robin M. says:

    Hi Nicole. Thank you for sharing your story on Christy’s podcast. As I listened to your testimony I found myself ruminating upon my own experiences with food addiction, body image and low self-esteem. I finally put two and two together. After all these years of thinking I’m just not working hard enough, I’m just weak, it’s just a bad habit I have to break… I realize that yes, I DO have an eating disorder. I’ve never fully been able to understand that. I had an eating disorder specialist diagnose me last year with “not otherwise specified” and I still couldn’t get it through my thick skull. YOU turned the light on for me, Nicole. I cannot thank you enough for sharing your story. I do not write comments / leave reviews, etc… but I feel compelled to do so here, because your words seriously hit me like a ton of bricks. You are amazing. Thank you for your courage and wisdom. Keep it up, girl!

    • Nicole Rohr Stephani says:

      Robin – I cried reading your comment. How heartfelt and honest. You have taken a HUGE step in admitting that, and it’s going to be hard work, but it’s only up from here! Envision your life without ED. It is a beautiful thing. Please e-mail me at any time at if you need someone to talk to. I can refer you to lots of great resources and talk you through the treatment process if you need it. xoxoxo

      • Robin M. says:

        I’m crying too because actually envisioning a life without food / body obsession seems impossible…. but to think about that FREEDOM. Wow. I will reach out, thanks for the response, Nicole. 🙂

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