I watched this movie in treatment. It was both inspiring and refreshing. At first you may not understand its direct relationship to eating disorders, but be sure to watch it from beginning to end… then you’ll understand why I am recommending this film.
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This Public Service Announcement can benefit women without eating disorders too!
Food for thought (no pun intended):
Think of food as medicine for the brain. Do not view food as having a positive or negative affect on the body because then you are engaging in a losing battle with yourself. Use CBT skills. Proper nutrition will positively influence your mood and values.
See? Fish are friends and food!!
And remember: all foods are created equal. There is no such thing as good and bad foods… so don’t discriminate:-)
Love the positive message. You’re good enough. Look in the mirror and say, “I am not perfect, but I am enough.” Say it. Mean it. live it.
Above is the link to the National Eating Disorders Association. Fundraise. Participate in an awareness walk. Explore your resources.
I will be participating in an upcoming walk and will be sure to post my experience.
Below is the truth the average American overlooks. Transcend the statistics. Click on the image for a larger view.
I love this Alex and Ani bracelet. It’s not a sprint, it’s a marathon… so true and applicable to recovery. A great investment