017 Fighting Anorexia – What is more hurtful than helpful in conversations about Eating Disorders?

by Anne-Sophie

in Podcast


In this episode of Fighting Anorexia, I share my experiences in LA and San Francisco and how I mastered eating a burger and fries without having the feeling that I didn’t deserve it. I talk about BlogWorld and my exciting plans to write an eBook, my True Beauty blog and project and my 1st Fighting Anorexia Meet-Up EVER.

I then answer 2 questions I received regarding the difficulty of having a conversation with someone having an eating disorder and books about this issue.

And so much more!

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Karin Hoegh November 19, 2011 at 10:19 pm

So good to see you in LA – I am so glad that I have met you and felt your courage, and I see how much you share in your podcast and your blog. I wish you many more listeners in the future.


Anne-Sophie November 20, 2011 at 2:52 pm

thank you for your comment. It was a pleasure meeting you too. I hope we can visit Denmark sometime in the near future and have our own little meet-up. :)


Birke June 21, 2012 at 4:47 pm

In your podcasts, you again and again express EXACTLY what I feel or think. In this podcast, I was especially touched when you talked about this common phrase “just eat something”. How often have I heard that phrase – how often! But up to today, I never succeed in explaining to people who don’t have any experiences with anorexia why eating may not be easy for everybody. In fact, I can’t even really explain this to myself – and yet I don’t succeed in “simply eating”… How I would love, love, love to eat something WITHOUT thinking, at least without thinking about the calories & fat contained in what I eat, simply enjoying my food.


Anne-Sophie June 30, 2012 at 2:27 pm

I totally understand how you feel and it is so hard to express those thoughts and compulsions. I understand that it is hard for people to get what we’re going through and why we cannot simply let go, but still, having to explain what we cannot explain is putting even more pressure on us.


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