No food will ever hurt you as much as your eating disorder will.

Setting Healthy Boundaries in Eating Disorder Recovery

Setting Healthy Boundaries in Eating Disorder Recovery — Emily Fonnesbeck, RD It seems that in terms of health and fitness, a common belief is that strength and self-improvement comes from eating a certain way, sticking to a diet or pushing through the pa

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Oh how this quote gets two thumbs up for me.not a skinny weight.but whatever weight when I am strong and living the healthiest life in balance without fixation on the stupid scale.not skinny minnie me ever again!

i wish everyone i know who tortures themselves with diets and harsh self-criticism could see the beauty, power and liberation in these simple words.

I will not count calories. I will not eat numbers. I will eat food that will nurture my body and help it thrive. I will not feel guilty. I will smile because I'm alive in this beautiful world and because I am one step closer to being happy and healthy.

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This is the one thing I struggle with daily.

Prozac is a medication often prescribed for bipolar disorder, bulimia, and anxiety disorders.

For theses struggling with eating disorders: You always have permission to eat.

For theses struggling with eating disorders: You always have permission to eat. Whoever wrote this caption above me, thank you so much.

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When you say no to an eating disorder behavior, you're saying yes to something else - to a healthy choice, to another step leading you closer to freedom.

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