I think one of the biggest things I learned through my recovery is that nothing lasts forever. Through the toughest days, weeks or months – nothing lasts forever. There is no emotion, situation or state you can find yourself in that does not end; no matter how permanent or strong it may feel at the
Blog / My open letter to "life"
I’ve been having trouble writing this post. I had an incredibly hard couple of days and although I wouldn’t say that I had urges I definitely had some self-destructive thoughts. I had a very late night and so I had less sleep, I forgot to take my medication so I was really not 100%, I
I have put a new page up on my main website under the resources tab detailing the benefits of different types of medications in recovery. Visit the new page HERE and feel free to share it with others. I’ve seen medications used in the lives of many people, be they over the counter or prescription
A few days ago I was interviewed for a book which honestly makes me feel pretty incredible. It won’t be out for a long while but I still felt incredibly honoured. One of the questions they asked me… well two of the questions were; how do I view greatness and how to I view failure.
When I started practicing yoga I had just left treatment in 2012 and was seeing a personal trainer. She understood my Eating Disorder past and fully supported my need to learn how to work my body gently and gain strength without overdoing it. She witnessed my extreme anxiety and unfamiliarity with my body. She saw me