No matter where you look on the internet it seems like almost all recovery stories have before/after photos. To me I find these photos very unhelpful to not only those with Eating Disorders but to everyone else in society. 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. ❤
Recovery is NOT easy and its a challenge I battle 24/7, the eating disorder has even buried its way deep into my subconscious and manages to attack me even in my sleep. It is hard to challenge an eating disorder awake in real life and simply impossible when you are having a bad dream. But you best believe that as hard as it is to challenge, Im going to challenge it when I wake up, because challenging it is the only way to stop fearing it, to gain back freedom and your dreams. Click on post to read more!
I know I am not a failure for putting my University on hold or maybe never returning, because I have learned so many lessons these passed two years that no University could have taught me. I am strong and smart, and no less of a person with a degree or without one. I am in no way a failure, just a girl doing what is best for herself to live a happy life. Click on post to read more! 🙂
I wanted to write a brief summary of my recovery history, and give a little insight into what my recovery has looked like so far. I don't go into details, and I don't talk about weight or calories because I find that unnecessary and not helpful for myself and for those trying to recover. **CONTAINS TRIGGERING INFORMATION, PLEASE DO NOT READ IF YOU THINK YOU WILL BE TRIGGERED** Click on link to read more! ❤