I had a really hard weekend with my eating disorder this past weekend, it has been extremely loud and really put me down and in a low mood. So this morning I've been looking back on my recovery journey so far, reflecting on all the benefits recovery has given me, reminding myself why I'm in recovery and giving myself inspiration to stick to my recovery. Looking back on my journey so far in recovery I have have come a long way, though I know I still have ways to go, the progress I have made so far makes me so proud of where I am today. So I wanted to share a few of the things that inspire me to keep striving towards full recovery, and I hope they can inspire you too! Click on post to read more!
The other day I experienced a feeling I never thought I would feel, I missed my Eating Disorder. Its ironic, missing the illness that had almost taken my life, but I do. I was thinking of ways I had been challenging myself recently and I realized I have been eating food this past week that I never though I would be able to eat again, and my Eating Disorder hadn't been that loud about it. Click on post to read more!
**CONTAINS TRIGGERING INFORMATION, PLEASE DO NOT READ IF YOU THINK YOU WILL BE TRIGGERED** Mahatma Gandhi said "You must be the change you wish to see in the world." So I'm starting with me , I'm changing my ways, and I'm going to be the change I wish to see in the World. Click on post to read more.
These past couple of weeks I have really been pushing myself, taking control of my recovery, and doing . . . good. Its hard for me to say this because my eating disorder (E.D.) makes me feel bad for doing good. It gets, loud, really aggressive, and makes me feel horrible, sometimes to the point where I am convinced by it. In these moments I take a breath and use a skill recovery has taught me to fight back against the E.D.. Click on post to read more. ❤