Are you ready to break up with your bulimia, for real?
Has your long love affair with the binge/purge cycle finally run its course, but breaking up with it has proven impossible? Even scary? In this candid account, addiction recovery coach Lori Losch leads those struggling to break up with bulimia through ten strategies to help them gain freedom with food, while learning to love their body. Between a two-decade battle with bulimia and body dysmorphic disorder, along with her experience helping others overcome their disordered eating, Lori has created a process that works.
Part Wasted by Marya Hornbacher and part Recovery 2.0 by Tommy Rosen, Rather than Rehab will help you break the binge/purge cycle, embrace your body, and create the life of your dreams.
Lori firmly believes that someone’s biggest mess can become their biggest message, and bulimia was hers. Lori’s dream is to help as many people as possible escape their private prison of bulimia and embrace full freedom with food and their bodies.
As a three-time bestselling author and workshop creator, she’s been privileged to share her ideas in front of businesses, conferences, and spiritual gatherings, as well as through podcasts, radio, and TV interviews. Her “Safe Souls” chapter in Jack Canfield’s bestselling book The Soul of Success, Vol. 1 won the Editor’s Choice Award and her book Safe Souls: Transforming Relationships and Businesses Through the Power of Kind, Clean and Clear Communication is also an Amazon bestseller. Rather than Rehab’s eBook format quickly rose to being a #1 international bestseller as well.
When she’s not creating or writing, you can find Lori hiking the trails near her homes in Vancouver and Phoenix or completing higher altitude treks such as Kilimanjaro, Mt. Kenya, Everest Base Camp, and the Salkantay/Inca Trails in the Andes. She supports NGOs that advance prosperity and healing in the developing countries she explores. Lori also loves yoga, reading, skiing, motor-biking, contemporary architecture, horses, and snuggling with her husband and two rescue dogs, Milo and Tessa.