There was a time... When I feared upcoming doctor appoints, When I was scared of the fine line I walked between school and treatment. There was a time... When I felt utterly numb and closed off to my emotions When food was my absolute enemy When even the sight of butter made me squirm.… Continue reading There was a time…
Getting my wisdom teeth out gave me a glimpse into what recovery could look like? I state that as a question because the two things seem completely unrelated at first. They are two different entities entirely, how could being swollen and bruised allow me to remember a piece of my past life - a life… Continue reading Getting my wisdom teeth out and recovery?
How does it feel to get in a fight with your mind over crackers? That probably isn’t a question you’ve ever asked before. Or maybe it is, and you understand exactly what I mean. Maybe it’s not specifically crackers but something else - a piece of fruit, a granola bar, some nuts. “Georgia. You think… Continue reading Three Simple Crackers
A letter to thank calories for all that they do rather than continue to condemn and fear them.
This morning I woke up to a rainy, drizzly day. If you know me, this is my absolute favorite weather. It means hot coffee and cozy sweaters, sitting in a cafe or maybe curling up and watching a movie. Waking up to the pattering of rain on the roof, I was in a great mood.… Continue reading I Choose Recovery Today, Sorry ED
Sometimes, all we need is a reminder to not take life so seriously. A lot of my time is spent contemplating my reason for existence. What was I put on this earth to do and how can I help others? How can I prevent other people from falling into the same eating disorder trap that… Continue reading Let’s not take life so seriously
I would love to know if any of you guys have been struggling with or can relate to the feeling that all day, you must be either doing something productive or moving your body. Recently, I have been doing so much better with not restricting and listening to my body and its hunger cues. With… Continue reading The Urge to Move – Update