recovrywarriors"It’s not easy to see yourself beyond your disorder, and it may even be frightening to think about it. But if you are reading this, then you are a recovery warrior. A warrior is defined as someone who “shows or has shown great vigor, courage, or aggressiveness.” To discover the real you (that is, the you minus the eating disorder), you need to be courageous. That means doing what you know is right, even though it scares you...." full article in bio☝️(📷:@vinganapathy) #recoverywarriors #riseupapp #prorecovery #edrecovery #eatingdisorder #eatingdisorderrecovery #anorexia #anafamily #anafighter #anorexiarecovery #miafamily #bulimiarecovery #bulimia #ednos #bingeeating #edfighters #edwarrior #edfam #healthybodyimage #girlpower #aussiewarriors #strong #riseup #recoverywarrior
- florencetagAdore this blog and this drawing.
- taybow14Needed this today 💜
- brooketoffReally struggling with this right now. Thanks for sharing this beautiful post
- elletaylathis really speaks to me ✨✨ thank you!
- recovery_gueen_Beautiful post, really struggling right now to see my worth outside of my eating disorder. Thank you
- the_tiggie_effectYou are many many things to many folk🙏🏿
- ginger.lives.againA really good article 😍
- jasminedepressionlcoachThis is awesome!
- email@example.com exakt såhär 👆❤
- gabbydeleonhI'm lose myself
- uniquelyyouhypno@gabbydeleonh or maybe you will find yourself!
- uniquelyyouhypnoRemember it is not your disorder. Don't own it. It is just IT. IT is symptoms of unresolved stuff.
- cassidy.mcintosh.designsThank you for the reminder! I have had this for so long that it's hard to discern myself from it sometimes.
- thefitveganmomwe need more posts like this, love it!
- michelle_bee18My only hesistation to recover. I don't know who I am.
- sleepy_runnerThis was a huge obstacle for me. If you took away athletics and chasing thin, I had no idea what would be left. Ten months into recovery and it's still something I struggle with 😞
- brainstorms2butterfliesLearning who we are is part of the recovery process. We won't be who we were before. We can't be. Because to make that recovery we must leave behind what formed that situation. Now we move forward, growing into what we will be without the disorder. Someone stronger, braver, and with a voice and message to help other!
- thefivefacetsofhealingThank you, Journeyer. 💜
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