So I have been thinking about writing this for a while but honestly I was scared. My husband and I went on a 21 day diet. We monitored our food and did 30 minute work outs every night. He told me he wanted to do it and I asked if I could do it with
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Today I was in yoga class and the teacher said “There is no end to the pose”. In my recovery I was always looking for the end. When will this process be over. When I gained x number of pounds? When I was symptom free for x amount of time? When I was happy with
I have a really big feeling that I have written about this topic before (here it is!), but there is just so much to say, I’m going to do it again. For the longest time I thought that I didn’t feel emotion like other people. I had very little attachment to people and I felt
I have a really hard time with taking photographs of myself, or allowing them to be taken. I always felt that if there was going to be photographic evidence of what I looked like, I needed to look my best. Only times when I felt thin or beautiful were ever photographed – after fasting, meeting
Progress: Forward or onward movement towards a destination. In the normal world progress is something that is pretty cut and dry, either you are closer to your goals than you were yesterday or you aren’t. You have more money in the bank, are closer to buying a house or getting a new and better job.