eating disorder

great expectations: you’re bringing me down in recovery

great expectations: you’re bringing me down in recovery

Measuring and comparing time always feels strange. It feels like I’ve been home for a long time, but I’ve only been home for about three weeks, about a quarter of the time I spent in residential treatment. I appreciate the

CJ: what i want you to know but my ED does not

CJ: what i want you to know but my ED does not

I’ve always thought of my eating disorder as a very personal thing. There were years where I was in my eating disorder and no one really knew. Because of this, many people have told me (and in some ways, I

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

reentering treatment is not a failure

reentering treatment is not a failure

For those of you keeping up with the insurance saga for the past few weeks, thanks for supporting us! It was difficult and we were NOT expecting the response we got on Friday. In the early afternoon my therapist and

public trauma, disordered eating, and healing

public trauma, disordered eating, and healing

We are so honored and excited to be able to share Kira Rakova’s powerful words on our blog. In this post, Kira writes about the idea of negotiating the pain that often comes in the wake of public tragedies. Kira’s piece