Recovery after 25 years (video interview)






The best way out is always through.

Robert Frost

Dear Readers,


Wishing Everyone a very Blessed New Islamic Year and a Very Blessed Friday. Today we bring you a success story from Heal ED. This was sent to us by Ali Kerr. This is very inspiring and very unbelievable at the same time, Georgia Keighrey recovered after 25 years of ordeal and suffering. Congratulations to Georgia and we couldn’t be more proud of her. Thank you for this timely video, it will bring hope to many who’ve lost all hope of recovery.




Success Story – Georgia Keighery Recovery after 25 years


I know many of you have your doubts.
You may doubt that recovery is possible.
That perhaps recovery is only something that happens to other people.
Perhaps you fear that you are too weak or broken for recovery.
Perhaps you feel you are doomed to suffer for the rest of your life.

I know that feeling because I felt it too.
At times I struggled to hold on to any sense of hope,
to see any light at the end of the tunnel.
Without hope is a dark place to be.

This is exactly how Georgia felt when she came to us.
Georgia suffered with bulimia for 25 years and
spent 10 years trying to recover.

She tried everything:
– Cognitive behaviour therapy
– Hypnotism
– Acupuncture
– Psychoanalysis
– Rebirthing
– Even a shamanic ritual

Unfortunately nothing worked for her.
Each time she failed at recovery it further
cemented the belief that she
was doomed to suffer for the rest of her life.

She was just about to give up,
to reside to a life of bulimia
when she discovered us and thought,
“I will try this one last thing.”

Georgia signed up to our HealED coaching
program and began her recovery with us.

As always we focused on getting
her body back in balance.
We guided her step-by-step
through our program and now…

Well, now, she is fully recovered.

She is finally free.
You can watch her success story here:


So let me say this loud and clear.

I have being helping sufferers to recover
for over 10 years now and I truly,
deeply, honestly believe that with
the right support EVERYONE can recover.

But, I get it,
Sometimes we all need a little inspiration.
So, let’s rekindle the flame of hope.

Trust me, YOU CAN DO THIS!

Your friend and coach,


Ali Kerr




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Islam and Eating Disorders founded in 2012 – run by Maha Khan, the blog creates awareness of Eating Disorders in the Muslim world, offers information and support for sufferers and their loved ones.

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