Old School Food Freedom

Hello, Freedom! Rece Dunlap: Free from ARFID

By June 19, 2023No Comments

We’re excited to share the first episode in our “Hello, Freedom! Summer Road Trip” series! Rece Dunlap, a student at Lee University and son of FINDINGbalance Bookkeeper and Board Treasurer, Liesl Dunlap, shares what it was like living with Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) and how God helped the Dunlap family find freedom from its bondage.

This mother and son duo share the highs and lows of their family’s story in a transparent, relatable way. Tune in to learn about ARFID, hear Rece’s treatment story, have a few laughs, and be inspired as they share how God led them to freedom one step at a time.



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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.