Korey Baruta
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There’s More to Health Than Nutrition Labels

We see and hear about food even at times when we’re not thinking about meals—company advertis.

Relapse is part of recovery. Don't loose hope. We are always with you. Contact…

Relapse is a part of recovery. Don't beat yourself up about it. What matters now is if you let it destroy you or strengthen you.

And I have an eating disorder.

We're all just a bunch of addicts, struggling with our drug of choice.

Quote on eating disorders - Sexy is not a size, every calories is not a war, your body is not a battleground. Your value is not measured in pounds.

Quote on eating disorders: Sexy is not a size, every calorie is not a war, your body is not a battleground. Your value is not mesured is pounds.

This is the truth. This is why I get so upset with comments like "I wish I had your self control!" Seriously.

This brought tears to my eyes and reminded me why I chose recovery. Pinning this so I can read it later, to remind myself again should I ever need to.

Anorexia destroys you and your happiness, it draws the life out of every part of your body. You feel like there is no way out, but trust me there is. A year ago I had nothing, I was removed from college and I used to cry myself to sleep more a less every night. I now smile everyday and no longer stress about the things I can not control. I still find eating hard but I realise weight is really just a number, when your happy that is irrelevant. I'm learning to love my body and also…

Anorexia destroys you and your happiness, it draws the life out of every part of your body. You feel like there is no way out, but trust me there is.

I'm well into my fifties and this still does not come naturally to me. Just call me a work in progress!

thaxted: “ghostmorning: “ fyoured: [snipped for space] ” “ “What is normal eating? Normal eating is going to the table hungry and eating until you are satisfied. It is being able to choose food you.

This relates to fitsporexia. Many people, after having a "cheat day", go even harder the next day out of fear of gaining weight and body fat back.

pocrescophobia fear of gaining weight. Many people are afraid to gain any weight when suffering with an eating disorder