This past week, my grandfather passed away. He was 95 and had been ill for a while, but it still happened faster than any of us expected. On Wednesday June 18th at 8pm I got the call that he had gone around 7 that night. The visitation was on Friday and the funeral was today.
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I would like to take some time to talk about the role of doubt in recovery. I named the post “Part 1″, not because I have a part 2 planned, but because there are bound to be things that come up after this post is finished. Doubt is very important in life and tells us
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
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
I went to a symposium today – which is just a really big word for a topic based discussion. Tonight’s topic: finding hope in and healing from your eating disorder (and other issues you may have!) A beautiful woman stood up and told us her story. How her disorder manifested, her main “aha” moments and