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.

Bulimia: Recognizing Triggers Level Four

Level four of six to recognize and move beyond bulimia triggers.

Level 4

You restrain yourself from acting out your binge or purge.  Now you have more options than calling a particular person as you did in level three. At level four you feel the binge urge feelings coming on. You

Bulimia: Recognizing Triggers Levels Two and Three

Levels two and three of six to recognize and move beyond bulimia triggers.

Level 2

You begin to restrain yourself from acting out your binge or purge. This is a stressful time full of anxiety and paradoxical thoughts and feelings. You say to yourself:

“I want to.” “I won’t.” “Just one last time.” “No.” “Yes.” “Just a little.” “It’s never a little.”

Don't Wait for Culture Change to Lose Weight

If you are an obese woman you know you meet prejudice every day, and it hurts. It hurts so much that you will eat to numb that pain.  You dress to hide your body. You may isolate to create a safe place for yourself. When you need help

you may have to confront disdain when other people are unwilling to give you adequate and respectful attention.

Recognizing Real Recovery

Real eating disorder recovery is more about how you live than how you eat.  Reasonable eating flows along with genuine recovery. To get there you need to recognize your challenges.

Here's a quote to put on your wall, on the cover of your journal and any other place that you see daily.  It's more than a healing or inspiring message.  It's a statement that describes what you can only accomplish in recovery  It's the antithesis of how you live an eating disorder life.

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