Three things that may push your buttons this holiday season, and how to cope.
“No matter how far down the recovery journey you are, you can see glimpses of the other side, and that’s where the truly ‘sweet’ experiences can be found.” Your eating disorder can be seen as something you’ve had to endure, cope with, get through, or recover from, but can it also be something positive? I’ve […]
An important part of the recovery process is to develop a new sense of identity. Who are you without the eating disorder?
When the eating disorder becomes an identity, you’ll look to it for direction. You may think it’s the only unique thing about you, but it’s not.
Negative emotions can swell up at any time of year, but especially after the holiday excitement wears off and reality sets back in.
Things may not always be how you want them, but they will always work out. How to cope with these nuisances.
Companies that sell diet products know they’ll have their biggest audience in January. Here’s how to detach from unhealthy diet ads.
Ignoring your own needs will deplete you and leave you vulnerable to holiday triggers. Learn how to not put yourself last.
Being together during the holidays can magnify any food-related aspects of your family’s culture.
When the sights and sounds of the holidays trigger you, embrace those feelings instead of any unhealthy eating patterns.