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Here you can find articles that may answer your questions and support you in your personal recovery work.

You'll also find a series of inspirations and affirmation that may help you stay on your healing path.

Please remember, helping yourself does not mean going it alone.  Helping yourself means discovering what what you can do to support your own recovery.  That includes how to recognize opportunity and reach out for what supports your health and personal development.

When you help yourself you are looking to people as well as books, websites and classes, who are in a position to offer you genuine recovery help on your journey to healing.

Open new doors to find your recovery path.

Reversing Short or Long Relapse

I'm in the middle of attending a great conference at UCLA this week end. It's "Adult Attachment in Clinical Context: Applications of the Adult Attachment Interview." Superb and gifted researchers and clinicians are gathered to discuss and share information on the latest neuroscience findings, the reasons why humans bond or do not bond well with each other, how human relationships can harm and heal, and the powerful healing force of human love, compassion, stability, flexibility and reliability.

As I participate in this conference, surrounded by clinicians dedicated to learning and fostering healing, I feel richly held. I am free to let my mind relate what I'm hearing and learning to people who, in some way, live with the experience of eating disorders. Here's what I've come up with after two days of the conference. Perhaps more will emerge after tomorrow, the last day.

Response to Crisis: Part II of VI

Crisis refers to an exquisite tipping point that leads to instability and then returns to stability or becomes drastic and imaginable or unimaginable change. Therefore, a crisis can relate to any situation because any situation can change. The situation involved could be physical, emotional or mental. It could be imagined and perceived as happening or it could be real.

Understanding the Binge Response
To understand an eating disorder binge response to crisis we must understand the person’s lived experience while she is in her precarious moment of instability and perhaps imminent change. It’s her inner lived experience, not the situation itself, that forces the binge response.

Eating Disorder Recovery Affirmations 51-60

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Affirmations used on a regular basis open positive pathways in your heart, mind and imagination.

Over time your psyche accepts that what you affirm is possible, and you will recognize opportunities.

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Don't believe the affirmations? That's your point of entry. You don't believe. You say them and begin to change your mind set through repetition. Repeating them on a regular basis opens your mind to new appreciation of yourself.

Please don't wait for the result before you start the process. Start the process and let the result come.

How to use these affirmations.

Eating Disorder Recovery Affirmations 1-10

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  1. I happily nourish my body and receive full satisfaction from moderate meals da
  2. I welcome all my feelings knowing they guide me to my true self.
  3. I deserve love and respect as I am.
  4. I enjoy excellent health.
  5. I have abundant energy.
  6. I enjoy the colors, smells, and feel of life around me.
  7. I am confident in the workings of my mind.
  8. I am trustworthy. I can rely on me.
  9. I say "yes" only when I mean it.
  10. I say "no" when I feel it and mean it.
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Find More Affirmations:

Recovery Affirmations 1-10

 

Recovery Affirmations 11-20

 

Recovery Affirmations 21-30

 

Recovery Affirmations 31-40

 

Recovery Affirmations 41-50

 

Recovery Affirmations 51-60

 

Recovery Affirmations 61-70

 

Recovery Affirmations 71-80

 

Recovery Affirmations 81-90

 

Recovery Affirmations 91-100

 

Recovery Affirmations 101-110

 

Recovery Affirmations 111-120

 

Recovery Affirmations 121-130

 

Recovery Affirmations 131-140

 

Eating Disorder Recovery Affirmations 11-20

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Affirmations used on a regular basis open positive pathways in your heart, mind and imagination.  Over time your psyche accepts that what you affirm is possible, and you will recognize opportunities.  How to use these affirmations

 

 

 

  1. I am efficient and creative in my work.
  2. I have ample time to relax and enjoy life.
  3. I am lovable.
  4. I delight in learning. I take classes and read books on subjects new to me.
  5. I invite friends to join me in simple pleasures.
  6. I read aloud from my Triumpant Journey Journal and accept all my experiences as valid.
  7. I learn more about my value and inner life every day.
  8. I honor my mind, my body and my spirit every day.
  9. I give myself respect and encouragement to grow as a kind and loving person.
  10. I stand up for what I believe.
  11.  

Find More Affirmations:

 

Recovery Affirmations 1-10

 

Recovery Affirmations 11-20

 

Recovery Affirmations 21-30

 

Recovery Affirmations 31-40

 

Recovery Affirmations 41-50

 

Recovery Affirmations 51-60

 

Recovery Affirmations 61-70

 

Recovery Affirmations 71-80

 

Recovery Affirmations 81-90

 

Recovery Affirmations 91-100

 

Recovery Affirmations 101-110

 

Recovery Affirmations 111-120

 

Recovery Affirmations 121-130

 

Recovery Affirmations 131-140

 

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JoannaPoppink Additional economic, political and COVID stress can push eating disorder recovery boundaries beyond their limits. I… https://t.co/etTVDaSa62
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JoannaPoppink Me, on my morning walk with my dogs in Los Angegles before the heat hits. https://t.co/XcL9giYF4m
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JoannaPoppink Yes, children get COVID too. First cases of coronavirus-related inflammatory syndrome identified in children in So… https://t.co/ujeVDsqCLf
JoannaPoppink RT @vivek_murthy: The White House attacks on Dr. Fauci are unfair and dangerous. He's been right on #COVID19 far more than the politicians…
JoannaPoppink RT @MikeHudema: Wow. This farm produces 15% of Australia's annual tomatoes using #solar power and seawater. It uses zero fossil fuels, zero…

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