Unfortunately, the best thing to do is to continue seeing a health professional in person to help you through recovery. I understand that you aren't able to afford it at this time, but these types of things are not something that just goes away on their own. So when you can, I would recommend looking into getting help in person. Perhaps you can see if there is another person you can see that may be less expensive and be able to work with you to set up a better payment system.
With that said, I would recommend the website, somethingfishy.org
, which is a recovery site and has some helpful information.
We also have these articles that you may find helpful:www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
There are also some SparkTeams on here that you may want to join and participate in to get support from others trying to recover. Here are a couple that I found: www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_individ
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