Anorexia- Bulimia Self Help Treatment Program. Mom Please Help

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Anorexia- Bulimia Self Help Treatment Program. Mom Please HelpClick Image To Visit Sitewas absolutely determined to find a cure for this dreadful disease. Now a few years later she is completely healthy – physically and emotionally, and I am very proud of her and myself for what we’ve achieved.

Even a doctor was surprised by the effectiveness of the treatment I discovered and now she recommends this treatment to her anorexia- bulimia sufferers.

Medical literature often characterizes anorexia-bulimia as “cunning” and“ baffling.” but it doesn’t have to be that way, so how do you find the best treatment possible?

My name is Karen Phillips and I am the mother of a girl (Amy) who suffered from severe Anorexia Bulimia since age 13. Her battle with this disorder lasted nearly 10 years. Read our story below. She nearly died in hospital once but luckily survived. And it was this episode that became a turning point for both of us. I promised myself I would do whatever it took to find the right treatment for Anorexia-Bulimia regardless of the cost, and I did. I am now offering an individual home treatment program I developed during the years of battling with Amy’s anorexia-bulimia to help as many people as I can. But not only that I have the full support of a medical doctor who was also an anorexia-bulimia sufferer herself. But more importantly she also cured herself using similar neuroplastictic methods. Between us you now have a full treatment program that works.

just turned 12 when I caught her always looking at herself in the mirror. She would ask me if I thought she put on weight. I told her of course not, she always looked just right to me for her age. You know, I never even thought anything was wrong. I took it as just being a teenage thing and really thought no more about it. I remember myself in those teenage years worrying about my looks and going on diets and silly stuff like that, it was what a lot of my friends did also. The trigger for Amy’s Anorexia-Bulimia was a major disappointment when she was 13. Amy just loved to perform and she was good at it and she had a real passion for dancing. She always said that she wanted to be a dancer when she grew up and if any dancing came on TV she would not miss it. Even if there was a family outing or a birthday party, if dancing was on TV she would refuse to go, until the show had ended. It was the 18 November 1996 that I believe was the trigger for the 10 years of hell we were about to face. Amy had been practicing for months to get into the school drama group. It was the auditions for the Christmas extravaganza and Amy wanted so badly to get the lead role. Two days before the auditions she got ill and by the time her trials came she was not in good health. She failed… Read more…

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