Maybe you don’t need coaching, but you just want to ask some questions about eating disorders.
I’ll be happy to answer your questions about eating disorders.
I’ve answered questions about eating disorders for aunts, best friends, siblings, grandparents, husbands, parents, and others who love people who have an eating disorder. If you love someone who has an eating disorder, I’d like to help.
Eating disorders are hard on relationships. They thrive in secrecy and are often considered taboo. I’d love to help you open the door and start to understand more about eating disorders.
A single 1-hour Q&A session can help you learn more about eating disorders and gain some clarity into how you can help (not hurt) your loved one’s recovery. You can schedule a Q&A call anytime, without a commitment to ongoing coaching.
Common questions about eating disorders
- Why did they get an eating disorder?
- Did I do something to cause the eating disorder?
- Are eating disorders real?
- When will my loved one recover?
- Why is eating disorder recovery so hard?
- Why is my loved one relapsing?
- What should I do … and what should I NOT do?
I can answer these questions and more.
Eating disorders are poorly understood and really scary. When you love someone who has an eating disorder, it can feel terrifying.
Lots of people feel as if they are walking on eggshells, trying not to make a mistake that will hurt their loved one. But it doesn’t have to be that way! I can answer your questions and help you gain the confidence to support your loved one through eating disorder recovery.
Schedule a 1-hour Q&A Call with Ginny
Ginny Jones is on a mission to help parents raise kids who are free from eating disorders and body hate.
She’s the editor of More-Love.org and a Parent Coach who helps parents handle their kids’ food and body issues.