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.
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This weekend was a bridal shower for my best friend out of town. We stayed with her fiancées sister, her husband and their 2 year old little girl. As as we were leaving I picked up the little girl and she snuggled right into my chest. My friend commented to Abbey “you look comfy!!” My
Something I’ve noticed, I’m doing pretty damn well. I have great tools in my recovery toolbox. I have great strategies for dealing with unpleasant emotions and situations I give pretty good advice I have pretty good ideas of how to face certain situations. I tend to think that my recovery is a fluke of some
Will people comment on your weight – probably. What do you say to them- whatever you can. For the longest time I’d say “yeah…” just so I could feel that I said something and didn’t leave them hanging. If it’s someone I feel comfortable with I just said “not helpful”. ALL comments will be hard