I will not count calories. I will not eat numbers. I will eat food that will nurture my body and help it thrive. I will not feel guilty. I will smile because I'm alive in this beautiful world and because I am one step closer to being happy and healthy.
Setting Healthy Boundaries in Eating Disorder Recovery — Emily Fonnesbeck, RD It seems that in terms of health and fitness, a common belief is that strength and self-improvement comes from eating a certain way, sticking to a diet or pushing through the pa
A Recovered Life is all about living an authentic, fulfilling life. It's about hope. It's about courage. It's about recovery. I am an eating disorder survivor and activist who believes in FULL recovery, for EVERYONE.
ghostmorning: “ fyoured: “ This is flawless. I can’t even remember where I read this first, but it’s perfect. That’s what recovery is aiming towards. We can become so rigid, so overcome with our EDs that we forget what it is, to be.
Last year, I was being too restrictive- i was anything but healthy and happy. So I picked myself up and started nourishing myself. There are days when I feel negative, but for the most part, I'm proud of my growth:)
So mean and neglectful to my body and mind whilst under alcohol and cannabis' demeaning sway. Today, I'm usually pretty kind to others and to myself, which is truly a significant healing. Thank you, recoverers movement.