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Wild Feelings and Loyalty to Yourself: Part II

LhotseMountain.jos.500pixIn eating disorder recovery you experience times of wild emotions.  You feel that you are raw, out of control and so very disheartened about your lot in life.  Yet, being loyal to yourself and your experience is vital and reassuring to your recovery. What does being loyal to your experience look like?

Loyalty is a Vital Part of Eating Disorder Recovery

256px-Army-Good-Conduct-Medal-ObvBeing loyal to yourself means standing by yourself, being a friend to yourself, seeing yourself through a tough time.

Can you be loyal to yourself? Can you be steadfast and loyal to your body, heart and soul during good times and bad? 

If you commit to being loyal to yourself then you stay present and kind to your authentic self WHILE you are feeling fear, rage and despair - WHILE you are feeling wild cravings - WHILE you want to act out in destructive ways. 

Awareness: Your Threat or Ally?

-Lightning3Awareness, necessary for eating disorder recovery, comes in countless and unpredictable forms. 

When we are not aware we do not have the awareness of what we are missing.  Awareness rises from a dark night gently through a slow dawn.  Or it arrives during a dark storm with the crackling blast of a lightning bolt.

13 Self-Esteem Building Practices – Choose One Today

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Eating disorder recovery requires the building of solid self-esteem. The core of self-esteem is based on respect and appreciation for yourself coupled with an honest appraisal of your capabilities and a kindness you give to your vulnerabilities.

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JoannaPoppink I'm rereading Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers. Doing my research I discover, Alexander Dumas, the be… https://t.co/hPOFRBg5fW
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JoannaPoppink RT @mmpadellan: The lack of social distancing at trump's Mount Rushmore rally makes it look eerily like Jonestown. Except they're dispensi…
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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…
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