When recovering from an Eating Disorder you have good days and bad days, days when recovery is almost effortless, and other days when you want to claw your skin off and embrace the urges fully. But what makes the difference between a good day and a bad day? Is it chance, completely random or is
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I have had an amazing morning so far. I went to yoga at 9 and had an excellent class – a real lesson in taking it easy and meeting my body where it’s at. It’s easy to forget about what your body needs when you are so busy telling it what to do and how
Today I am thankful for recovery for a very sweet reason! I was waiting for my prescriptions at the drug store and I was craving some snacks! I walked out with gummy candy, chocolate covered raisins and chocolate covered peanuts (sooo good). I had a few gummies and closed the bag. Some chocolate, and put
This past week, my grandfather passed away. He was 95 and had been ill for a while, but it still happened faster than any of us expected. On Wednesday June 18th at 8pm I got the call that he had gone around 7 that night. The visitation was on Friday and the funeral was today.
Continued from Part 2 here! My therapist brought up one day that I was no longer medically stable enough to see her on an outpatient basis if I didn’t turn things around quickly. She confronted me and said that she didn’t believe that I really wanted to recover, I said that I did but she