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(And thank you for your help, you are brave and very strong! <3)



You are so wonderful, really. Thank you for your honesty, that takes a lot of courage!!

Okay thanks (I'm the girl who asked if you exercise) My problem is that I don't know if I need to recover.. My bmi is 20 (I know it isn't important - it's just to let you approximately know) I restricted a lot in the past.. And even now I feel guilty afterwards but I'm trying my best to eat everything. I didn't exercised for 3 weeks now and I'm feeling constantly not good and fat.. I'm thinking about joining the gym next week because I have no longer willpower for exercising at home.


My goodness, thank you so much for telling me how you feel and what’s been going on. That is honestly so brave of YOU. It seems like there is a lot driven by body image, which can get so tricky and time consuming and scary, and I want you to know that in this moment you are so beautiful. Even if you don’t exercise for a year, that is not a reflection of who you are as a human. You are wonderful. Exercising because you feel like you must rather than exercising to work with your body is just a method of working against it, and you deserve so much better than that. I would recommend finding something you love to do that you can be mindful about. Your struggles and fears have been strong, but you, my dear, are so much stronger. The discomfort will pass and it is important to be able to sit with yourself, both literally and figuratively. You are good enough and it is absolutely okay to take time for yourself.

Even if you don&#8217;t go to UVM, here are some helpful tips for self care!

Even if you don’t go to UVM, here are some helpful tips for self care!

Do you exercise?


Ah, here’s the thing about that:

Being active and working with with your body in healthy, mindful doses is wonderful in so many ways, but in recovery it has to be intuitive and with the goal of feeling at your best, not driven with ED intentions. Personally, I’m not exactly there yet because I’ve had some issues in the past with not listening to my body at all, so I have to give it time. I think we have to recognize that we’re all in different places, and it is best if you can use physical activity in a positive manner by finding something you love to do to better the health of your body. Keep on smiling, love!



last night i found the most perfect christmas card of all time

i bought it, but i am keeping it for myself.

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"Do not look at yourself with disgust, you are a gift to this earth. You are beautiful, you are a light, an energy, an essence. You are nature herself."

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"You deserve the kind of love you would give someone else."

- #127: (February 3, 2014)

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I’m having a conversation with one of my friends and I ask him, “What defines you?” and he responded with, “Nothing. A definition excludes the possibility for change.”

This is one of the best responses I’ve ever received to any of my questions.

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