Last week I wrote about the scariest moments of my eating disorder – one of the deadliest side effects of an eating disorder and my experience with it. Today I’d like to put some of that in perspective and talk about the most reckless moments of my eating disorder – my most recent relapse from
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At the end of most yoga classes everyone takes a resting post called Savasana. You lay on your back with your legs and arms out to the side, eyes closed. This pose is meant to help the benefits of the practice seep in, your body to rest and reset itself and for you to release
I am so sorry. I feel that I need to apologize to the world for the struggles I’ve been having over the last few days. I don’t even really want to write about them, but I feel that my mantra has always been that honesty is paramount in recovery and our secrets keep us sick –
Recovering from and eating disorder is one of the scariest things a person can do. It’s not like other illnesses or addictions – people with eating disorders often have more reasons to stay with their disorder than to leave it, I know when I took a closer look at my willingness and ambiguity in recovery
So I’ve been having a lot of trouble with negative self-talk recently. It stems from a couple of different places. 1. I talked about the impact of tragedy in recovery – self-talk is one of those ways that my Eating Disorder is getting louder in this time of sadness. 2. Seeing my family was hard.