Teacher Training is MAGICAL!

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Teacher Training was AMAZING!! I wrote about my fears in going to training in my last post and I am SO glad I faced them. I made some wonderful new friends, started to get some personal insights, watched other people grow into a better sense of themselves, learned SO much and had an incredible amount

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A Girl Awaiting Rescue

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“A girl expecting rescue never learns to save herself. Even with the means, she will find her courage wanting.” ― Kate Morton, The Forgotten Garden I spent years waiting for someone to rescue me, and letting the people who love me try SO hard to save me. They spent so much money, energy, time, gas,

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Thoughts on Regret in Recovery

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Regret: to feel sorrow or remorse, to think with a sense of loss disappointment of dissatisfaction, a feeling of sorrow or remorse for a fault or act. Regret is a very common feeling for those with eating disorders and is present throughout the illness and early recovery stages. When active in the disorder sufferers often

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Thoughts on Commitment to Recovery

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I have been thinking a lot about my commitment to recovery, I explained my personal process to becoming commit here but I have been realizing that it is not just a one time thing – it requires constant re-commitment. In yoga I am doing an inner revolution program where you use yoga, food, meditation and “excavating

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