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40 Reasons to Recover

I was asked to write a list of forty reasons to recover. Add your own in the comments!

  1. To have a healthy body
  2. To be able to work through trauma…
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Rad Reviews: Life Without Ed by Jenni Schaefer

Life Without Ed is a powerful book written in an honest voice.  It contains sections on different stages and aspects of recovery, everything from the early days of recovery, to relapses, to maintaining a recovered life. 246 more words

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Ana vs. Jehana vs. My inner rational voice Joy

Dear World,

It happened again at dinner and so I decided to sort out my thoughts by grouping them into three different categories. Completely horrible, horrible but with good intentions, and actually helpful thoughts. 277 more words

I Never Thought I'd Be Here

Dear World,

My life feels like it’s falling apart. I’ve been out of school for four weeks in the stupid mental hospital that I can’t seem to stay out of. 292 more words

A Frightening Day to Overcome

“To conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom.” ~Bertrand Russell

What many people living outside the eating disorder community don’t know is that anorexia nervosa is not homogenous disease.

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October 13: Another Day in Treatment

Today marks my third week in treatment. My experiences here have been tumultuous and eye-opening. For so long, I have been disconnected from my emotions and unaware of what I have been feeling. 413 more words

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Five Foundational Elements of Recovering from Eating Disorders

A plan

Recovering from disordered eating is possible, but it does take a solid plan to figure out what your path to recovery will be. Disordered eating can become a way life, to the extent that it feels like there is no escape. 587 more words

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