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Spring has sprung, even though Winnipeg doesn’t seem to know it yet. I was in the hospital for two months and I’ve gained 25lbs. My brain is freaking out!!! I’m scared to embrace this new body, but it would appear … Continue reading
In group, we use cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to assess our thoughts by writing “thought records”. It’s kind of like a diary to determine whether your thoughts are disordered or objective. Continue reading
In honour of Eating Disorder Awareness week, check out blogger Lex McDonald who is breaking the silence surrounding disordered eating by chronicling her “wunder years”. Lex also works with Vancouver grassroots resource and support network Project True, a non-profit organization.
It’s been almost a year since my last post. I really wanted to blog more regularly in 2012, did not realize how hard it would be to talk while going through so many life changes. My eating disorder does not … Continue reading
This is rapidly becoming my favorite self-helpy type blog. They’re just amazing! Currently reading this one and thought it would be good here: http://captainawkward.com/2012/08/14/330-life-blows-how-can-i-be-nice-to-myself-again/
When I saw Sara’s note on Facebook announcing Project ME! I was at first shocked! It was very bold of her to take such a huge leap. There are others in my life who have lived in the stiffing silence of mental health issues, so I have some small idea of how difficult it must have been. Kudos to you who are true friends and stand by her. Don’t get too comfortable though. Sometimes the time when we are most needed is when it looks like things are “better now”. We’re sticking with you Sara! Continue reading