Self help activities support your recovery and help you expand your awareness, develop life skills, develop self acceptance and self appreciation, develop new relationships and equip you to live a life with more competence and joy. Here you will find articles that show you many ways of providing yourself with self help exercises and activities to enrich your life and articles that help you understand your own thinking and emotional process. Topics include: friendships, self-esteem, dreams, binges, relapse, yoga, secrets, check lists, writing, dream journals, gardening, education and career opportunities and more.

Listen, Love and Bloom

Eve Listening to her Heart for the First Time
      When your heart speaks, do you listen or turn away?

          Listening to your true self with respect and patience allows you to understand your possible choices and set out on your authentic path in life.  

Wisdom Quotes that Support Eating Disorder Recovery

Phalaenopsis amabilis FR 2012Well chosen words can bring peace to a troubled heart, open a darkened mind and destroy perceived barriers with a glimpse of wondrous vistas. Here are a few that may be needed gifts to your heart and soul. Please add your own favorites that inspire and support your recovery work.

"Family faces are magic mirrors. Looking at people who belong to us, we see the past, present and future."

Gail Lumet Buckley

Eating Disorders and Body Appreciation

Mindfulness Unifying Exercise for Eating Disorder Recovery

Andrey Belloly 2

*pix Natural, at ease and whole

To mend the split eating disorders create between  your mind, heart, spirit and body, try this mindfulness practice.

First, for a moment, step away from appreciating your body only in terms of aesthetics relating to weight, size and shape. Give yourself an opportunity to consider your body from a new and different perspective. This exercise can open valuable communication between all aspects of yourself. The value to you is in what might be a surprising lead to your recovery.

Enough is Enough

vangogh600px-Ernte in der ProvénceTake heart. You may be stuck in the routine of doing a job that is done. If so, it's time for you to say, "Enough is enough," and move to what's next in your life. *

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