Well, it’s been a CRAZY but amazing weekend of Easter festivities. We spent Saturday with my husband’s father’s side of the family. Lots of people, 5 dogs (not ours, she would be too crazy, but were training her for next year) and amazing food (including a marble cake with Nutella filling!) I really enjoyed myself.
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When I first started in recovery, my treatment team kept saying to treat recovery as an experiment. You are trying out something new to see how it fits, and you can always go back to your eating disorder if you want to, but you have to give the experiment a chance. I had a really
So, for the last little while I’ve been feeling more and more self-destructive. I don’t know for exactly how long because it’s built up slowly. For the last week and a couple days I have been tracking my calories again. It’s not overwhelming me and I’m not changing my decisions based on the numbers so
The struggle is never ending. You have to keep your eyes open for signs of moving backwards. I’m in the middle of putting together an action plan in order to get back on track after being sick. Even now I find myself turning a blind eye. It’s a struggle, it may not always be but for
Who says you have to go more than one day (or one hour) at a time? My biggest help with restricting was when I wanted to restrict at one meal, I would say no – maybe at lunch. When lunch came I would say no – maybe at dinner. I still go to bed sometimes