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relentless health anxiety in eating disorder recovery: a paradox

relentless health anxiety in eating disorder recovery: a paradox

There’s a terrible irony in wanting and expecting more from lessening. In the case of my eating disorder, making myself smaller to lessen my presence and decrease the amount of space I occupied, disguised itself as a solution to avoid

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

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

update from treatment

update from treatment

Hello! It feels like it has been so long since I’ve logged into our blog, but really it’s only been 6 days. I’m reminding myself that the first week of treatment always feels like the longest. I don’t have a

envisioning the future: safety for all

envisioning the future: safety for all

OJ and I just recently met with the Rabbi who will be performing our wedding ceremony and one of the questions she asked us each individually was, “what do you think your future looks like together?” Talk about a loaded