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Relationships with friends and family influence and are influenced by eating disorder issues. Topics relate to individual perspectives, questions, stories and support for adults in various stages of recovery and for the people who love them. Extricating yourself from negative relationships and building positive relationships are discussed.  Communication, boundaries, love, self-esteem, emotional turbulence, abuse, ways to help and accept help are explored.

Your Support System: 6 workbook questions for your journal

 St Sepulchre Church Northampton The Octagon by Samuel Hieronymus Grimm 1773

Caring for your bones can lead you to strengthening other neglected aspects of your life. This post is about the surprising benefits you receive when you tend to your infrastructure.

Black Swan: Danger to Others (6-8)

Nina, the ballerina in the Black Swan, believes that people who attempt or threaten to interfere with her distorted thinking are dangerous to herself and her goals.  She is as merciless with them as she is with herself. She doesn’t perceive the emotional consequences to others her behavior causes. If she gets a glimmer of pain she

Be with People You Can Learn From, Befriend Them

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Seek out people who inspire you, people you can learn from.  Discover the joy of moving through life with people who are your teachers and friends.  Discover the joy of being appreciated for what you teach by being your honest and natural self.

An eating disorder can isolate you in a way that you recognize.  You remove yourself from other people and spend much time alone in hiding. 

But an eating disorder can isolate you in ways that you may not recognize. 

How to Help Your Friend or Sister Who Has an Eating Disorder


This heartbreaking question comes in often: "How can I help someone I love, my sister, my friend, recover from an eating disorder?  

Some suggestions:

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JoannaPoppink RT @cgjungny: "By keeping quiet, repressing nothing, remaining attentive, and by accepting reality -– taking things as they are, & not as I…
17hreplyretweetfavorite
JoannaPoppink Please know the pandemic is not over and younger people are terribly sick. Stay home if you can. Wear a mask always… https://t.co/3TQWo2oG8F
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JoannaPoppink Bayonets to control American citizens??? Trump seems to believe his enemy is the American people. https://t.co/KmtV90RZGd
JoannaPoppink RT @susanthesquark: “Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.” - Emerson
JoannaPoppink RT @AliVelshi: BREAKING: More than 56,015 have been diagnosed with Coronavirus in the U.S. in the last 24 hours. This is a new record.

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