About three weeks ago I had surgery on my lower abdomen and I thought I would write about how surgery and the scars that come with it can cause some insecurities, but that's not how I felt after my surgery. I had some expectations that it would be physically hard before I went through with it, but there were some things that I was not expecting after.Read More
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I'm here to share my story and experiences with you, woman to woman. I am not a doctor or therapist. Some of the posts are just my advice and/or what I was taught through the Psychology of Eating's Certification program. A lot of them are every day experiences.
If you have a similar story or experience with food and body I'd love to hear! Comments and emails are welcome about whatever you feel like sharing.
t’s something we’ve all had nightmares about. It’s not exactly something you think won’t happen to you because it probably has happened before (that's why it's such a nightmare). Well, it happened the other day. One of my worst nightmares came true.......I had a haircut go terribly wrong!!Read More
You have a secret that no one knows about you. You have feelings of shame and guilt about this secret you hold. It makes you feel completely out of control and alone. You don't want anyone to know the truth. The truth that you are a full blown binge eater. At least, you can admit it to yourself, but it makes you feel horrible like, you are a bad person because you can't stop when you have a binge!Read More
When I was struggling with my eating disorder, my view of what an acceptable body looked like was distorted and unrealistic. Despite the fact that I hated myself and was terrified of food, the response I would get from family and friends when I would lose weight created the thought that what I was doing was normal. It made me feel really good about myself because I thought that when I lost weight that meant I looked healthy and beautiful to others.Read More