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Niamh K ❤️ Aug 12
For everyone, but particularly for anyone battling their way through We deserve to be free of that ED bully xx
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Nyxie Trix 15h
When recovering from an eating disorder, you're also recovering from; > Low self-esteem/worth > Self-harm > Depression > Anxiety > Toxic thinking There is almost always a bundle of issues, rather than just one. It's NEVER just about food.
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Delilah Night Aug 17
I went out to lunch, and I ordered a side salad to meet my meal plan's fruit/veg requirement. It was massive hunks of lettuce to the point of inedibility. So I went to a grocery store and bought a banana, Two months ago I would've shrugged it off.
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Jaclyn Siegel Aug 14
In positive news, as of today, I have had five consecutive monthly menstrual cycles... the first time I can say that since I was 18 years old! :') HOORAY! But also ugh.
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Bernie Wright 20h
Over the course of my work with those with eating disorders I am struck over and and over again by the sheer strength that sufferers show when turning to face their issues.
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Dr Sarah Wells Aug 15
When seeing a psychotherapist to help you with a severe like an ; consistent, compassionate and investment of hope in the therapeutic journey can make an important difference between or enduring illness...
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Klynn Aug 17
If you ask me for food advice, I can not help you with that, but I can be your meal support buddy. I follow many registered dietitians that I can refer you to for help.
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Zabby Aug 14
I always make a grocery list before I go shopping because I want to pick up what I need, not what I want! It helps keep me from binge eating and buying fattening foods.
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FallingApart Aug 18
Shaking, racing thoughts, and crying while trying to eat lunch ...
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Wednesday's Child Aug 15
Watching a child step away from the routine and safety of home is really challenging for a parent who has watched an eating disorder battle run riot.⁠ ⁠ Please know that we recognise this and we’re here to help. Get in touch if this is affecting you.
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FirstStepsED Aug 11
Good morning everyone! If today feels overwhelming, perhaps it’s best to take it one step at a time. Make a little list and check in with yourself today 💙🕊
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JD Ouellette Peer Coaching Aug 19
More from MamaBear-An important part of fighting an eating disorder is food variety. Research shows the wider variety of foods, the more likely a sustainable recovery. Message me for the PDF of this & other recipes.
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FirstStepsED Aug 16
Open, honest account of the recovery process - it's so important to think about your motivations to exercise, what purpose is it serving in your life?
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Katie Mccreaddie Aug 18
Self love post for me after a horrible doctors’ appointment this morning. Apparently this is what being borderline obese looks like. Actually Mr GP, I’m pretty stoked about how strong and fit I am right now
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Freed Beeches Eating Disorder Service Aug 12
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#hellomynameisEimear Aug 16
Went to see on Wednesday with my friend I met in hospital and I don’t think it’s possible to describe how perfect dancing with her to “Call Me Ishmael” was. These ARE the moments that we’re living for.
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EDCare Aug 19
Take advantage of our free, eating disorder support group every weekend in Denver and Colorado Springs! Call your local center for more information.
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Abbs🌻 Aug 13
Me, realizing that my BMI is almost above 18 again
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Dr. Gregory Jantz Aug 19
Make Vibrant Health Your Goal.
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Wednesday's Child Aug 12
If you're looking in the rear view mirror, you're not paying attention to the road ahead.⁠ ⁠⁠ Focus on moving your journey forward, on embracing today and looking to the future.⁠
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