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‘Recovery’, ‘eating dys-order’ and somatic practice: An auto/ethnographic exploration

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This article uses an auto/ethnographic lens to juxtapose experiences of ‘eating dysorder’ and ‘recovery’ lived in the contrasting milieu of bio-medical and somatic discourse and practice. Evocative auto/ethnography serves here as an anchor for reflections upon the question of why I experience embodied subjectivity so differently within the somatic field, and why I consider these experiences as critical events in my ‘recovery process’.
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Keywords: Cartesianism; auto/ethnography; embodiment; technologies of self; ‘eating dys-order’; ‘recovery’

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Independent Practitioner

Publication date: 01 June 2017

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