Instead of a post, I had the honor of being interviewed by Cailen, the director of Disordered Eating Education Project (D.E.E.P.) which, “aims to dispel the many myths surrounding one of the most misunderstood mental...Read More
Author: Tracy Brown
Found this on Facebook, author unknown Today’s post is simple yet difficult. Unless you have been instructed otherwise by someone helping you move forward in your recovery from an eating disorder, I implore you to put...Read More
Image courtesy of anankkml at FreeDigitalPhotos.net Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. ~Robert Frost I posted on facebook this past weekend on the issue of...Read More
My lovely daughter found this with her curious, open heart I wonder how much shorter my recovery would had been if I had been encouraged to wonder what my shame was really about vs running to cover it up for years, especially...Read More
Image courtesy of bugphai at FreeDigitalPhotos.net So last week we talked about the pro’s and con’s of restricting (or insert other thought/belief/behavior). And if you haven’t done your homework yet, I...Read More
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