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Liv Label Free

Hosted by: Livia Sara

Liv Label Free The Podcast aims to inspire individuals to live a life that is free from limiting labels. Your host, Livia Sara, is on a mission to break the stigmas around mental health and empower neurodivergent...

Episodes

Tailoring Eating Disorder Recovery to Autism with Eva @justbeing.eva

Season #3 Episode #40

So excited to be back with another interview! In today's episode, I chat with Eva about all things autism and eating disorder recovery. We share several valuable lessons we've learned on our own journeys,...
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How to Overcome Fear Foods in Eating Disorder Recovery

Season #3 Episode #39

How can I overcome fear foods? This is a very common question I receive from individuals in eating disorder recovery. You most likely know exactly what you WANT to eat, but fear gets in the way and you find yourself...
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How to tell if you are SICK ENOUGH to recover from an eating disorder!

Season #3 Episode #38

Have you ever questioned whether you’re sick enough? Whether you truly have an eating disorder, or are just a fraud? If you are dealing with eating disorder imposter syndrome, this episode is for you! You'll learn...
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Traveling as an Autistic Person in ED Recovery

Season #3 Episode #37

It’s time to talk about VACATION! I recently went on a trip to the east coast with my family and learned a LOT about what it means to travel as an autistic person with a history of disordered eating. Traveling can be...
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The Significance of Semantics: “Autistic Person” or “Person with Autism”?

Season #3 Episode #36

Is it autistic person or person with autism? Is one more correct than the other? What term does someone on the autism spectrum prefer? In this episode, I’ll be answering all those questions and more! You'll learn:How...
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How to Recognize + Overcome Extreme Hunger as an Autistic Person in ED Recovery

Season #3 Episode #35

Extreme hunger is SUCH a terrifying part of the recovery process and can be especially confusing if you are also autistic. However, extreme hunger is also such an IMPORTANT part of eating disorder recovery, which is...
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How to Recover from Social Media Burnout as an Autistic Person

Season #3 Episode #34

Are you experiencing social media burnout? I know how you feel! Social media can be especially overwhelming for autistic individuals, which can ultimately trigger autistic burnout. In this episode, I share my...
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Treatment Implications using the Adapted to Flee Famine Hypothesis (PART 7)

Season #3 Episode #33

How can the Adapted to Flee Famine Hypothesis be applied to eating disorder treatment? In the past 6 episodes, you learned all about this (r)evolutionary perspective and why Anorexia is a plausible evolutionary...
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Anorexia & Denial of Illness EXPLAINED (Adapted to Flee Famine Hypothesis PART 6)

Season #3 Episode #32

Why do people with Anorexia fail to perceive the severity of their illness? According to the Adapted to Flee Famine Hypothesis, this occurrence would have facilitated survival in times of famine. The AFFH proposes...
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Anorexia & Hyperactivity EXPLAINED (Adapted to Flee Famine Hypothesis PART 5)

Season #3 Episode #31

Why do people with Anorexia feel driven to exercise even at a dangerously low weight? Although it appears paradoxical, this behavior is actually very logical when looked at through the lens of the Adapted to Flee...
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Anorexia & Food Restriction EXPLAINED (Adapted to Flee Famine Hypothesis PART 4)

Season #3 Episode #30

Welcome to part 4 of my Adapted to Flee Famine Hypothesis series! The AFFH proposes that Anorexia symptoms are the result of three core adaptations that would have facilitated survival in times of famine. These three...
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What is the Adapted to Flee Famine Hypothesis? (PART 3)

Season #3 Episode #29

So what EXACTLY is the Adapted to Flee Famine Hypothesis? This third video of my 7-part series will be answering that very question! You'll learn why most treatment approaches fail, why Anorexia can be seen as an...
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