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a whole latke love: cultivating joy of food as a caregiver

a whole latke love: cultivating joy of food as a caregiver

As I begin to bring in the holidays by making the ever so time-consuming, yet delicious latkes, as a caregiver, I can’t help but think about how difficult tonight is going to be for OJ. The making and sharing of

reconciling the experience of holding hope and sadness as a caregiver

reconciling the experience of holding hope and sadness as a caregiver

As a carer, I’m kind of impressed with myself right now (in my own humble opinion). I’ve been able to pick up on the therapeutic lingo in the eating disorder recovery world and have been trying to apply some of

“you are needed to be a part of the change you want to see”

“you are needed to be a part of the change you want to see”

hello my dear friends. this is a hard post to write, so bear with me. For the past week, I’ve taken the advice of my therapist and have refrained from writing in my journal. It’s been hard at times, as

words on words on words: building the strength of a Super Woman

words on words on words: building the strength of a Super Woman

[TW and CN: talk of sexual assault] This weekend I dragged CJ with me to the Boston Book Festival (one of my favorite days in Boston!). Lindy West was speaking on the panel of fellow Super Women. After listening to

beginning again: entering recovery from a different starting point

beginning again: entering recovery from a different starting point

Well hello! For those of you that follow us on social media, you may have seen that I returned home from treatment last Saturday evening. It was the start of a long Labor Day weekend which I was both anxious and