The Recovery Warrior Shows

In this episode, Jessica and Andrea dive into the concept of reparenting our inner child in the eating disorder recovery journey. They discuss their personal experiences of feeling judged and the impact it had on their self-esteem.

Together, they explore the importance of validating all stories of recovery and creating a safe space for individuals of different body sizes and backgrounds to share their journey.

With a focus on self-compassion and self-acceptance, the episode provides a series of affirmations and practical tips for soothing self-talk to nurture and heal the wounded inner child.

Affirmations begin at 15:20

The episode also discusses:

  • The power of validating all stories of recovery, regardless of body size or appearance.
  • Recognizing and addressing the fear of judgment and the impact it has on self-esteem.
  • Understanding the importance of representation and inclusivity in the recovery community.
  • Embracing authenticity and individuality as part of the healing journey.
  • Practicing self-compassion and implementing soothing self-talk to reparent your inner child.

SHOW NOTES -  REPARENTING your INNER CHILD with these soothing self-talk statements




What is The Recovery Warrior Shows?

Real talk. Real insights. Real stories of recovery helping people stop fighting food and their body since 2012.

Welcome to Recovery Warriors podcast channel. Where many voices come together to share the one great journey to full eating disorder recovery.

With a unique lineup of shows, your food, body, and self-esteem struggles are covered from every angle. Balancing science and soul, we tell stories and share evidence-based research behind what it takes to recover from restriction, anorexia, bulimia, over-exercising, binge eating, chronic dieting and disordered eating. Not only that, we also cover the underlying trauma, limiting beliefs, and painful emotions that keep you trapped in cycles of feeling powerless and stuck.

It’s exhausting constantly thinking about food and worrying about your weight. You, dear warrior, don’t have to live like this. Together, let’s march forward into a future where you’re living, breathing proof that recovery is possible.