runningforeternity: Contains numbers so yeah. Don’t read if that stuff triggers you. Read More
I had a dream the other night I was back in the...
Is it bad that sometimes I wish I were?
My nutritionist is getting worried that my running is getting out of control. :/
To recover from an eating disorder is to be thrown into the middle of the ocean...– (via mwanzotena)
runningforeternity: who wants to hear me freak out about something very silly and food related? not you. Read More
Reblog this if you are a recovery blog.
Why do I feel like I can't relate to people who...
when they’re always saying they feel like they’re fat and disgusting? I can’t relate to that feeling Do I really have an eating disorder?
runningforeternity: what i posted on the facebook group/support page for the ED recovery group i was in. Read More
If you're a positive/inspirational/recovery blog,...
I don't need a thigh gap. I don't need to be able...
Recovery is beautiful: I'm constantly thinking... →
recoveringbones: Constantly thinking about new meals to try Always thinking about new foods to try Constantly thinking about what to have for breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner the next day. Always looking up recipes to try online Always thinking of what my sister eats, if it’s normal or not. Always thinking…
Well, I went to see my nutritionist today.
runningforeternity: And apparently my weight has been going up slightly, BUT my body fat percentage has been going down slightly. Which means either: I have somehow been a bit more hydrated the last couple of times I’ve gotten weighed in Different clothing composition? OR I’ve gained muscle! ^And I most definitely would not mind that at all!
yoga-revival: odolnost: Being able to go to bed without a clue or care in the world of how many calories you ate today. this has been me for the past week :’)
I will never understand why I wanted to be thin...
odolnost: What I got out of ‘being thin’: wearing pants with a different size on the tag, that only I knew seeing a lower number on the scale, which I only I knew anyways What I lost: money literally every single one of my friends and my entire social life family trust my teenage years my health my sanity
B r e a t h i n g: skinnytea: When I decide to do... →
skinnytea: When I decide to do something, nothing and no one can change my mind. In the beginning of my journey towards inner peace, I had not decided that I wanted really to. A part of me felt unsure, still clinging to my eating disorder. Months passed, and a switch within me turned on,…
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I feel gross.
I went out to eat and brought along my bars and munched them down after dinner. Blech.
I still struggle. Every day.
I’m afraid of being hungry, I’m afraid of not being hungry, what’s new.
please reblog if you are in recovery from ED
notdefinedbynumbers: skinnytea: recoveryisbeautiful: elysium: most-lovest: positive blogs ONLY please! reblogging food pics is OK. i want need to follow all of you! please reblog, i need to find more support. same here i reblog food pics but they are all tagged ‘food’ but you can go here to block that tag if you dont want to see it :) For those looking for more to follow :) ...
Telling someone with an ED that they're selfish...
A girl from my team messaged me on facebook and...
runningforeternity: I told her, and she was so sweet<3 I never knew the people on my team really cared about me.
Trying to explain what it's like to have an eating...
courageisgraceunderpressure: As hard as they try to understand, it will always seem impossibly foreign.
Recovery Challenge Day 4
Picking up where I left off :) 4. What are factors that contributed in your choice to recover? I wanted to be able to run well. I didn’t want to be miserable anymore. I cared more about my sport than my disorder. I just wanted to be normal. I didn’t want people telling me I was too skinny all the time. I didn’t want my mom telling me I looked emaciated. ...
Recovery~ You gain more than just weight addition.
redefinitionofbeauty: odolnost: As I’ve been recovering these last 1.5 years, I’ve realized how much more you gain throughout this whole process. I’ve gained a greater appreciation for my body. I’ve gained knowledge and now can feed my body with healthy foods and treat it well. I’ve gained self confidence. I’ve learned how much exercising, eating mostly clean, and thinking positive can...
From now on~
Since I’ve unlocked this blog, I’m going to try to bring it away from weight and calories and work more on emotional recovery. :)