Good morning! Aside from being far too short, my weekend has been lovely and I hope yours has been as well. Today, I’m linking up with Amanda again to share some worthwhile reads from the past week. Enjoy!
Some far superior alternatives to the common, disordered “fitspirational” way that we often view exercise.
A bold piece calling out the absurd fat-shaming that rules so much of our society’s cultural expectations.
This is a wonderfully honest post on embracing life and recovering from disordered eating, even when it is not diagnosed as such.
A great post about the patience required to heal your relationship with food and your body, and why it is worth the effort.
Eating disorders do not only affect women, and it can be even harder for men to break their silence. It is great to see some men opening up and sharing their experience, and hopefully it will encourage others find the courage to seek help.
A lot of information that I have seen about BED since it has recently gained recognition has seemed very weight-focused. This is a great post that looks beyond a person’s weight to address the underlying causes of such a disorder.
A wonderfully encouraging post for those times when you feel stuck in recovery.
The women in this post are wonderful examples of appreciating bodies as they are.
It’s great to see people realizing the problem with ads like these!
Well, I’m glad some good might come of my shameless adoration of reality TV.
Need some quick ideas for how to care for yourself today? Look no further!
That’s it for this Sunday – I hope you have a fabulous rest of the weekend!