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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Acknowledgement of the Recovery Process

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Yesterday I had a check-up with the psychiatrist that runs the treatment program I was in, Dr. S. My husband and I drove for an hour each way for a 20 minute appointment. In anyone else’s mind this type of trip seems highly illogical. In my mind, the trip is more than worth it. This

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There’s more to gain than weight

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About a year ago I started thinking about my upcoming wedding. As much weight as I still felt I had to lose before I would be thin enough (not because of my wedding but because of my disorder) and as much fat as I saw whenever I looked in the mirror, I was thin and

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Thoughts on the Experiment and Acceptance

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When I first started in recovery, my treatment team kept saying to treat recovery as an experiment. You are trying out something new to see how it fits, and you can always go back to your eating disorder if you want to, but you have to give the experiment a chance. I had a really

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