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JoannaPoppink Middle aged women with past, current or recurrent anorexia or bulimia, find support and an effective healing path.… https://t.co/2OOplOXlAP
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Hold the Opposites, Contrasts and Tension for Eating Disorder Recovery

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“The ultimate measure of a person is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy."
- Martin Luther King Jr.


And when is it not a time of challenge and controversy? When we are in moments of comfort and convenience, aren't we focusing on what's pleasant in our lives and disregarding pain in the world? We can't focus on pain all the time. That's disabling. We need to nourish ourselves and each other with love and support.

Your eating disorder challenge: From recovery to renewal

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*pix a healthy garden expands and contracts with the seasons while simultaneously containing continuous decay and birth.

Our goal in healing moves beyond recovery and into the realm of continuous renewal.

12 Discoveries in Early Eating Disorder Recovery

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"The most regretful people on earth are those that felt the call to creative work...& gave it neither power nor time."
~ Mary Oliver

Reinforcement and validation are all around you. Eating disorder recovery is a vital, valuable, soul saving, life enhancing endeavor. And your life enhancing path only begins as you recover. Your creative path is now about the real you.

As you become more free of your eating disorder ask yourself:

How to Answer "What's new" Question While in Recovery

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"Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal." -Albert Camus

Camus addresses the bewildering question of "What's new" when you are deep in the throes of eating disorder recovery work. Have you been stymied by this question?

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JoannaPoppink Middle aged women with past, current or recurrent anorexia or bulimia, find support and an effective healing path.… https://t.co/2OOplOXlAP
JoannaPoppink Middle aged women with anorexia. Read: Healing Your Hungry Heart: Recovering from Your Eating Disorder (Anorexia or… https://t.co/xYOb4IhGAH
JoannaPoppink Middle aged women suffering from binge eating. Read: Healing Your Hungry Heart: Recovering from Your Eating Disord… https://t.co/lzaRSZrm6s
JoannaPoppink Middle aged women with bulimia. Read: Healing Your Hungry Heart: Recovering from Your Eating Disorder (Anorexia or… https://t.co/9Y22b7lc9t

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