Help for Anorexia Carers
Take the pressure off with hypnosis
Are you looking after someone who is struggling with anorexia?
Do you find yourself feeling guilty, frustrated or even angry as you try to help?
‘Anorexia’ is a puzzling complex of behaviors that everyone finds difficult to make sense of. The person manifesting these behaviors may be as puzzled as anyone else, and at a loss to explain why they have this distorted relationship with food and eating. And being pressured to come up with an explanation may make things worse, as raised stress levels tend to aggravate compulsive behavior patterns.
The challenges of caring for an anorexic
While the anorexia sufferer strives through their strange eating (or rather, not eating) pattern to satisfy their need to have a sense of control over their lives, the people who care for them can find themselves floundering. How exactly do you help someone who has got caught up in this pattern? How do you deal with your own responses – guilt, frustration, anger, anxiety or whatever it may be?
Above all, if you look after someone with anorexia, you may find yourself haunted night and day by the question: “Will this person ever recover…?”
You may already have worked hard to find out as much as possible about anorexia and other eating disorders, and discovered what sort of things make matters worse, and what sort of things seem to help. But even when you have a fair understanding of what is going on, and how compulsive behaviors ‘work’, it can still be very hard to know what to do for yourself as a carer in this situation.
We aim to remedy this.
Hypnosis can help you look after yourself (and them)
Anorexia carer is an audio hypnosis session developed by psychologists specifically for people who care for an anorexic and will bring you powerful, effective emotional and psychological support in what you do.
As you relax and listen repeatedly to your download, you’ll notice that you:
- Relax faster and deeper each time you listen
- Begin to notice that you are feeling much calmer and more relaxed generally in your life
- Sense the fog of worry and concern lifting and clearing
- Make specific plans to meet your own needs more effectively
- Discover or invent creative ways to be truly ‘present’ and supportive with the one you care for
- Notice the relationship between you changing in more and more positive ways.
Download Anorexia carer and look after yourself as well as them.