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Recover From Eating Disorders Contest Winner

by nina on January 10, 2012

recover from eating disorders ebook winnerLast week I asked you all to kick off 2012 with YOUR ideal recovery – and this week I am announcing the winner of the contest.

Now, this was so difficult to decide on because I had so many responses and they were all beautiful, inspiring and incredible to see how much you all want to recover.

Congratulations to you ALL!

I had some trouble picking the winner, so I got a bit of help from my magic box… check out the winner in this video announcing the contest winner of the Recover From Eating Disorders Program… AND a special BONUS for everyone who entered.

Let’s get serious now – there are 10 Million people suffering with an eating disorder and I have made it my personal mission to help as many people as possible achieve full recovery.

Here is where I need you help… keep posting your questions, challenges and roadblocks that you face when it comes to achieving full recovery.

By sharing your challenges and questions, you never know who YOU may help.

Keep posting your questions and I will keep answering and let’s make 2012 BIG for eating disorder recovery.

Love, freedom and recovery,


Nina Vucetic

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

jennifer January 11, 2012 at 2:50 pm

Hi Nina,
I recently purchased your ebook and have started to take on recovery with a focus and determination that I have never had before. I want what you have, I want that freedom too.

It would be great if you could talk about the beginning of your recovery and how you pushed through without giving up. I know it turned around relatively quick for you and I am trying to not be impatient, but I can’t help but think that I am not getting such fast results.

I still obsess about food, not as much though. I still overeat sometimes, but I haven’t binged. It is just hard sometimes to not be tempted to restrict when I think I have overeaten. I know I am doing better and I keep reminding myself to be gentle, but it would be great to get some more of your insight during this part of the recovery.

Thanks SO much for doing all that you are, you have helped so many and it is so inspiring.



Shellie January 11, 2012 at 3:05 am

Dear Nina,

Thank you for all your wonderful words of wisdom. You have no idea how much I look forward to hearing you each week and when I am down and feeling frustrated I re-read your articles and it helps me so much to push through that day! I have come far even though I haven’t gotten much smaller. My mind is less obsessive and filled with guilt and that is a huge breakthrough for me. My question is this, how do you continue to find that spot where you are full but not overly full? I mean, sometimes I will wait to eat and then eat too much and feel I am failing at this. Is there something that helped you not to overeat when you would get hungry? I keep trying and trying to get this just right so I learn to only feed my body just the amount it needs. I have a million other questions but this one is the one I am struggling with the most right now. Thank you for all you do…you are an inspiration to us all!!!


nina January 16, 2012 at 3:37 pm

Thanks Shellie for your great question!
This is definitely something that I struggled with – it does take time, but there are definitely some tips that will help you.
Stay tuned for the answer in the Q+A Tuesday.
P.S – You are NOT failing – that is the eating disorder talking. the fact that you are showing up, asking questions and focused on RECOVERY makes you a winner already!
never, ever, ever give up… make it your mantra that “If she could do it, so can I” – there is no difference between you and I. I have been through the same hell and made it out – and so will you!



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