Kassandra Baker is a certified health, life, and mental health coach who specializes in helping people break free from the negative cycle of disordered eating.
In this episode of the Old School Food Freedom podcast, host and FINDINGbalance Executive Director, Chrissy Kirkman, and Kassandra discuss the challenges of living with and overcoming an eating disorder – and the many negative thoughts and behaviors that often accompany disordered eating. This conversation is sure to provide practical advice and inspiration for anyone looking to “live free from Ed and the Gang.” Tune in to gain valuable insights and take steps towards a healthier, happier life.
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Resources mentioned in the podcast:
Terry Wardle, Healing Care Ministries
The Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness by Timothy Keller
Try Softer by Audi Kolber
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The content in this podcast is for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prescribe a particular course of action. If you or someone you care about is battling an eating disorder and is experiencing unmanageable thoughts or feelings, please call 911 (if in the U.S.), or visit your nearest emergency room.