A year ago, if you were to tell me I’d one day choose yoga over weight lifting I’d laugh in your face and quite honestly tell you to beep off. Years ago I had a therapist tell me I may not like working out, that my eating disorder was the one who liked working out […]Read More
“Your mind must arrive at your destination before your life does.” I read that and I had such a strong connection with it. That is exactly what I am learning. The thoughts you feed yourself today make up who you are in five years. We all have our demons, mine just happens to be […]Read More
Because really, when I weighed less I was not happy.
I was lonely. I was exhausted. I was depressed. I was hungry.Read More
You see a night out with friends. A chance to let loose, have a drink, enjoy good company and finally time to relax and have fun! You look forward to catching up, seeing old friends, laughing and even dancing! I on the other hand, only see the paralyzing anxiety. You see, social events with an […]Read More
It’s hard to believe the gym was once my safe haven. A place I would spend hours, visit multiple times a day, and felt my happiest at. The amount of old men gym friends I’ve acquired the past 8 years is unheard of it. To be honest, I have more 80 year old friends than friends […]Read More
It’s a terrifying situation- I mean a. being social is still a new thing for me and b. I’m going to be half naked. But recovery is all about challenges and breakthroughs. If I don’t face this now, I’m never going to get better and five years from now, I will still be brainstorming excuses to get out of beach days with my friends.Read More