What The Health?

Health is about learning to advocate for yourself, setting boundaries with loved ones, giving your body the energy it needs, eating foods that make you happy and smile, and learning ways to calm your mind and soul.

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Changing The Ending

The “lasts” are the things that truly matter. The lasts are the things you choose after you’ve learned everything else. The last person you choose to love or the last time you choose to do something harmful to your body. You cannot change the beginning, you cannot change the journey, but the lasts are in your control right now.


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Defusing From Disordered Thoughts

Cognitive defusion is a process that allows us to make conscious choices about which thoughts we would like to listen to, versus which thoughts we would like to acknowledge— but ultimately decide to reject. Rather than ignoring thoughts, or trying to push them out of our minds, we simply examine all thoughts and choose which ones we would like to attend to.

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Finding Your Tribe

One of the biggest contributing factors to my healing has been positive and encouraging relationships. It hasn’t always been easy to find these people, but finding them and holding on to them has been critical to my continued healing.

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Freeing Yourself

The limit only exists if we make it exist. We, in our own rights, hold the power to open ourselves to the multitudes of infinity concomitant to our world. Everything we could ever need or want or cherish—love, happiness, family, friends, opportunity, contentment, and success—is right before our eyes if we choose to see possibility.

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Reframing Boredom

If I now know myself well enough to know that planning so intensely brings me out of enjoying the present moment, I need to believe that it’s okay to allow myself to take time off from chaos.

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Eating Disorder Recovery

Recovery from EDs is not linear, with all aspects continuing to improve together over time. Indeed, many people initially recover from the physical symptoms of EDs, but may still have the psychological symptoms of the EDs linger for years. 

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Stillness

There are various experiences and countless therapy sessions I've had that have led me to become increasingly okay with (and even appreciate) being still.

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