Learning How To Let Go

Learning How To Let Go

“Rock bottom became the solid foundation on which I rebuilt my life.” – J.K. Rowling   Eating disorders are very tricky. They can manifest in very different ways but one of the most common things is having a sense of control. The sense of control is common...

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The Importance of Being Mindful

The Importance of Being Mindful

It is important to remind yourself to be mindful if you’re struggling with an eating disorder like anorexia or bulimia. What exactly does it mean to be mindful anyway? Mindfulness is defined as, “a mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the...

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My Story of the Road to Recovery

Seeking treatment for an eating disorder like anorexia, bulimia, or binge-eating disorder is the hardest part of the road to recovery. From my experience, I know that accepting that I needed help was the hardest part of my recovery. After that, it was a gradual...

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Envisioning Wellness (And Walking Towards It)

Envisioning Wellness (And Walking Towards It)

"Walk the walk." I continue to be reminded of this every day at work. It is rewarding and powerful to watch others take steps towards wellness, and it also serves as a way to continually re-examine your own life and stay accountable to yourself. A colleague of...

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Inviting Goodness Into Your Life (Each And Every Day)

Inviting Goodness Into Your Life (Each And Every Day)

I came across this photo and really paused and acknowledged in for a while. The colors stood out to me- the words appear to be bathed in light, warmth, hope, and joy. They are vibrant. If you look closely you can make out the brushstrokes within the painting. I...

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Irrational Guilt: An Eating Disorder’s Ally

Irrational Guilt: An Eating Disorder’s Ally

This is a piece I want to share from my book, "Walk With Me: A Journey to Full Freedom from an Eating Disorder." If you would like to order the book, please follow the link at the bottom of this page. Guilt.All Users It comes in many forms. Although guilt can...

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