Good morning! Another week has flown by, and it is already Sunday, which seems to come incredibly fast on weeks when I work on Saturday. Even though life has been busy, I have managed to find some good reads this week, and I’m linking up with Amanda to share them with you today. Enjoy!
This connection is an interesting one, and understanding who may be at the highest risk of developing eating disorders could help expand important preventative measures.
Whether or not you consider yourself religious, this post beautifully articulates an attitude toward our bodies that can be a wonderful motivator for recovery.
With all of the emphasis on the importance of calorie counts and fitness trackers, it is refreshing to see this alternative, more intuitive perspective.
A great post on making recovery your own and finding your unique motivations and purpose.
In case you needed even more reasons to not diet, these are some great ones.
Obviously, everybody’s experience with an eating disorder will be different, but I think it is important for people to realize how miserable they truly are. Although I never thought anorexia would be a walk in the park, I know that I did not understand the pain and loneliness of the disorder until I experienced it.
It may be a while before intuitive eating feels possible in recovery, but this is a great tip when the time comes!
This article is refreshingly honest and relatable. Eating a ridiculously small amount of food is not an accomplishment.
It is excellent to see more and more models challenging unrealistic beauty expectations in women.
We’re all real women.
Although holidays like Mother’s Day can be celebratory for many of us, it can be a painful reminder and a time of grief for many others.
“How Can Anyone Love Me With All My Issues?”
If you have ever wondered if you can be lovable with all of the “baggage” you have, read this.
A beautiful meditation for this Mother’s Day.
That’s it for this Sunday – I hope the rest of your weekend is absolutely lovely!