The way I discovered my OWN ambiguity in recovery was by making a list of all the reasons to stay sick or to get better. Now don’t brush it off because we’ve all made this list 100 times. The key is in the next steps. Go through your list and rank all the items. Under
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Something I’ve noticed, I’m doing pretty damn well. I have great tools in my recovery toolbox. I have great strategies for dealing with unpleasant emotions and situations I give pretty good advice I have pretty good ideas of how to face certain situations. I tend to think that my recovery is a fluke of some
Will people comment on your weight – probably. What do you say to them- whatever you can. For the longest time I’d say “yeah…” just so I could feel that I said something and didn’t leave them hanging. If it’s someone I feel comfortable with I just said “not helpful”. ALL comments will be hard
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
People too often think that healthy means something – fat, skinny, fit, active, lazy, vegan, vegetarian, carnivore, blood levels, muscle mass, fat percentage, weight WHATEVER. Healthy really just means that – healthy. It means you feel your best – physically, emotionally and spiritually – whatever that looks like for you.