What No One Tells You About Eating Disorder Recovery

Wow, February is going by fast. At the beginning of the month I was so on top of writing on my blog, but then school got so busy! I have still been writing a lot, but most of it has been for class and my school’s student newspaper. It has been great getting real journalism… Continue reading What No One Tells You About Eating Disorder Recovery

So, What’s Up?

Well that's a loaded question if I ever heard one. Depends on how much you want to know. Given that I am writing this I am getting to decide how much you know. And honestly that is a scary power to have. I have been through many personal struggles over the course of the last… Continue reading So, What’s Up?

Size X

This past weekend I did a huge amount of shopping. I hadn’t been shopping since I started college and wanted to check out the outlets nearby. There are lots of awesome stores and I bought several cute dresses as well as some new workout gear. Monday it started bothering me that I bought a size… Continue reading Size X

Struggles from the Home Front

I’m feeling like a warrior stuck in the trenches: can’t move forward, but won't regress back. Why am I afraid of full recovery? I don’t know. I’m hoping to find out through this blog post. Yesterday I was talking to someone from my dorm on the way back from dinner. She said how I seemed… Continue reading Struggles from the Home Front

Had/Have: Am I Still Anorexic?

As I have transitioned to being in college, a new place where I need to reestablish my identity, I can’t help but wonder, am I still anorexic? Sort of, kind of, maybe, yes, but also probably no. Does that clear things up? Yeah, not for me either. When people see me today they would not… Continue reading Had/Have: Am I Still Anorexic?

Reflections on Sharing My Story

When I was first diagnosed with anorexia I had no idea what was going on in my life. A huge curve ball was thrown at me. My senior year was supposed to be super fun, full of great memories. I am thankful that I was able to complete my senior year as planned as make… Continue reading Reflections on Sharing My Story