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Healthy Eating - A Memorable Lunch

My neighbor, Jody, transformed part of her front yard into an organic vegetable garden. Two rectangles about 15’ x 6” bounded by wood framing are devoted to her “farmette”. The median between her sidewalk and the street has wooden supports for the tiny tomato plants that are starting to reach for the sky. I walk past her house at least twice a day and sometimes four when I walk my dog, Winston. (He actually should take up more space in this blog because he is a co therapist in my practice as well as a friend in my life.)

Transition to WordPress

In eating disorder recovery work, daily life and blogging, if all goes well, we develop and grow.

Growth inevitably involves change and the process of transitioning from one way of being or living or working to another.

So here I am, in the midst of public transition and change. I believe that I can offer more to people seeking information and support about eating disorders through WordPress.

So I'm learning the new blogging methods required, changing categories so they are more clear for you, and figuring out with my web designer and my WordPress for Dummies how to make this new system work.

Catch 22 in Getting Eating Disorder Treatment

helping-handReaching for Help

Calling or thinking of calling for help in getting eating disorder recovery can put you in an excruciating dilemma. I hope this dilemma doesn't prevent you from reaching out.

Positive Opportunity

Here’s how how the dilemma reveals itself.

Bias Confession from an Eating Disorder Specialist

With or without an eating disorder, you live your life based on your agenda with your values leading the way.

My Bias

However, I am not neutral. I want, with all my heart, for you to live a long healthy life. I want you to be well, to have love, joy, satisfaction, confidence and a genuine liking for yourself as you proceed onward to a feisty, interesting and healthy old age. I especially do not want you to break your own heart.

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JoannaPoppink RT @hitmeister1: @mommyof3clj @realDonaldTrump The parents would also be putting themselves in danger. Ad if the parents catch the virus th…
23hreplyretweetfavorite
JoannaPoppink Brava! You are eloquent, articulate, well informed and social media savvy. Wonderful. I'm sorry to see so much sadn… https://t.co/8XJlH3HS2l
JoannaPoppink RT @BenjaminSWatson: Whenever I’m tempted to complain about chasing my twins all over the place I’m going to watch this video. Hang in ther…
JoannaPoppink Use this pandemic isolation time to continue your healing and personal growth. Read: Healing Your Hungry Heart: Rec… https://t.co/dg6gJqeYKP
JoannaPoppink Scientists warn of potential wave of COVID-linked brain damage https://t.co/preUa7X7My

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