Conquering Self-Sabotaging Behaviours

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I’m pretty sure everyone has encountered a moment of self-sabbotage at some point. If you are fighting for recovery from an eating disorder, trying to change a habit, working at not procrastinating at school or work, trying to get a raise; whatever it is, chances are you’ve gotten in your own way. Whether it’s self

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The Work is Never Finished in Recovery

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I think I might start calling my dietitian (H) my “food therapist”. We talk about normal dietitian things; the 5 food groups and benefits of them all, we talk about variety in foods and proper portioning but we also talk about what food (and lack of it) means to me. I tell her my story

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Self-Sabotage

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Earlier this week I addressed self-hate in eating disorder recovery, and today I’m going to explore a similar facet, self-sabotage. When you hate yourself as deeply as those with eating disorders, you tend to believe that you don’t deserve the good things in life. This not only leads you to punish yourself for tiny mistakes

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Exploring Your Vulnerability Factors

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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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