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Amy Clover
Writer, coach, teacher, stigma-breaker. I help people build individual health - mind, body + spirit - without scales or judgment. 👊
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Amy Clover Nov 2
Thanks for supporting mental health for POC with me!
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Amy Clover Nov 2
Replying to @BritWeejane
Aw thank you, Love!!! 💗
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Amy Clover Oct 13
The Manifesto of Encouragement is what we all need right now. Thank you,
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Amy Clover Jul 11
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Amy Clover Jun 18
To all my OCD brothers, sisters and siblings, I feel you. 💗
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Amy Clover May 11
I just took action to support NEDA's bill in order to help prevent eating disorders. You can too, here: . Email your lawmakers today and tell them that eating disorders prevention is important to you!
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Amy Clover Apr 17
I just. I love this guy >> If You're Dealing With Depression - Chris Brogan via
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Amy Clover Mar 24
I just worked out today for the first time since all the shit went down and I got lovingly reminded of why it's worth the early wake up.⁠ ⁠ Movement is a sort of anti-depressant for me. I feel more connected. I'm a little more awake even though I wok…
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Amy Clover Mar 23
I meeeean 🤷🏻‍♀️⠀ ⁠⠀ The sneaky thing about the perfectionism mindset is that it convinces you that if you ease up on it, you'll "let yourself go."⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ What you don't hear behind all that noise is the reality: easing up on the perfectionistic achievi…
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Amy Clover Mar 21
In times of rest between the busy bouts, I have the tendency to worry I’m not doing enough. It’s a common recovering perfectionist thing...in case you relate.⠀ ⠀ If you’re at home with less to do than normal, be mindful of the “I should be doing more…
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Amy Clover Mar 20
Yes, you’re doing the right thing for the world AND yes, it can feel really freaking hard.⠀ ⠀ Recovering your relationship with food takes a lot of courage in normal situations. Now there are the added components of:⠀ - Being around all the food in y…
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Amy Clover Mar 19
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Amy Clover Mar 17
Anyone who’s ever had to work on NOT isolating is getting their unhealed bits validated like WHOA right now. Keep your bits healthy, yo.⠀ ⠀ Just because you’re staying inside or keeping your distance from people physically doesn’t mean you have to cu…
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Amy Clover Mar 14
Fear is strong right now, and fear fuels the control monster. Stay mindful of what you’re trying to control and how much it costs you mentally.⠀ ⠀ You can control a lot in this situation. Any more than that can be harmful to you and not terribly help…
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Amy Clover Mar 10
Let’s talk about black and white thinking, my dude... It plagues a lot of us who struggle with mental health stuff. It tells us that we have to move at X pace or it doesn’t count, even with healing. But that kind of thinking keeps us from acknowledging a…
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Amy Clover Mar 5
It can be a scary time for anxious/obsessive compulsive people right now. This article helped me tame the “never clean enough” beast >> How to Deal With Coronavirus If You Have OCD or Anxiety via by 🙏
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Amy Clover Mar 2
*raises hand for a moment, then quickly lowers it* 🙋🏻‍♀️😲😬⁠ ⁠ Life. Amiright?! ⁠ ⁠ Kudos to you for getting up every friggin day and showing up in whatever way you have the power to show up.⁠ ⁠ hilarity via ⁠ ⁠
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Amy Clover Feb 27
It hit me yesterday that I officially dress like a mom now. A mom with an edge, but definitely more mom-leaning. 👌⁠ ⁠ I got me thinking about how we judge people off our first impressions of them. Whether that be their clothes, skin, overall looks, b…
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Amy Clover Feb 26
Replying to @rdpixie
Thanks for sharing, Love 👊💗
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Amy Clover Feb 24
Self-acceptance used to be a dream. Something sold by skinny, beautiful women in magazines.⁠ ⁠ I thought that if I looked like those women that I'd find it. And man did I want it. I'd hurt myself to get it. And I did.⁠ ⁠ But then I got to be the woma…
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