Uncomfortable Things That Happen When People Know You’re in Recovery

Once you tell people- whether it’s one person or a few hundred- that you have an eating disorder, you’re in for a rollercoaster of reactions, comments, and questions. Here are the kind of funny, mostly uncomfortable things that happen once people know you’re in recovery: P.S. Isn’t the puppy picture at the top the cutest?… Read More Uncomfortable Things That Happen When People Know You’re in Recovery

Being Anti-Diet isn’t Anti-Health- Here’s Why

A big misunderstanding (and often critique) about the anti-diet community is that it’s anti-health, but this couldn’t be further from the truth! Being anti-diet encourages a more holistic view of health instead of cutting out certain foods and focusing on weight or appearance. While not everyone who is anti-diet struggles with an eating disorder or… Read More Being Anti-Diet isn’t Anti-Health- Here’s Why

Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Relationship With Exercise

Whether you’re in recovery or trying to improve your relationship with your body/food/movement, it can be difficult to gauge if you should be exercising and why you’re actually doing it. This can be even more complex and confusing if you’re starting a new workout/routine and have struggled with disordered thinking/behaviors in the past. As someone… Read More Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Relationship With Exercise