Day 1 tasks


  1. What would it mean to you to eat normally?  If you  could snap your  fingers and wake up tomorrow morning without “food issues” what would be different?

What would the advantages be?  List a few advantages, benefits, or things you’ll be glad to do or not to do.  Don’t worry if you get stuck, but do spend 2-3 minutes thinking about this ! If you can note your answers down, that would be great. You don’t have to.

  1. Take  this quiz
  1. I like to stick to things I know best  True/ false
  2. I don’t like to try new things True/ false
  3. I don’t see any good reason to change the way I am True/ false
  4. I have faults but there is nothing I really need to change True/ false
  5. I am not the kind of person who changes much True/ false
  6. I don’t think i need to develop myself and try new things True/ false

c) Do this Get a chair and put it’s back to the wall (this is crucial). Sit quietly for 1- 3 minutes: Your eyes can be open or closed, whichever is easiest for you.

Sit upright,  Simply think about where your body contacts the chair. If your mind wonders, so be it. Bring it back to where you feel your body being in contact with the chair. “Feel” that the chair is supporting you and that you are safe. This video may help

 D) Plan to eat 6 times a day. Little and often. 

This could suggest a pattern of breakfast, mid morning snack, lunch time, mid afternoon snack, dinner, evening snack. For this week, things as small as a grape, a bit of an apple, a slice of ham can count as a snack! Even if you don’t feel hungry