Blog / Monthly Intentions

  • A Poem on Transformation

    Words by: Zoe Spiers. Follow more of her journey on her Instagram, @boporecoverywarrior.    To endure the wind, the rain and those that want to bring you down, It’s a fight that seems impossible to win, But still you try, try and try again. The wind thrashes you about, The storms are a whirlwind in your mind, […]
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  • Love Starts with the SELF! Period.

    Words by: Megan Lawrence.  Follow more of her journey at HealingHopefuls.com or on her Instagram, @in.my.own.words.   I have searched pretty much any place outside of myself while on the hunt for self-love. There were no limits to how far I would push myself to get a dose of what everyone seemed to be preaching about. I kept coming […]
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  • Self Acceptance: A Stepping Stone Toward Self-Love

    Words by: Zoe Spiers. Follow more of her journey on her Instagram, @boporecoverywarrior.    One of the best things that can happen to someone is when they stumble across the body positive and anti-diet community. This is a community where societal pressures to be a particular kind of ‘beautiful’ are eradicated and a spectrum of all kinds […]
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  • What Comfort Zone?

    Words by: Gracie Mayer Nothing about our friendship has ever been conventional. I met Morgan at Insight Behavioral Health Eating Disorder Partial Hospitalization Program. To be honest we didn’t talk a whole lot. I was gregarious and cracked jokes to distract myself from the fact that my life stopped yet again to go to treatment. […]
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  • The Elastic Band Theory – Where the Growth Happens

    Words by: Zoe Spiers. Follow more of her journey on her Instagram, @boporecoverywarrior.    Open your stationery drawer, and chances are that everyone has elastic bands lingering in there ready for use. There are so many different types of elastic bands, ranging from pink to black to multicolored – buying them in a box, a tin or […]
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  • The Foundation of Recovery is Connection

    Words by: Madeline McCallum. Follow more of her journey on her blog, Madeline’s Musings. The fear of being alone is deeply ingrained in the human psyche. I think this is why illnesses, mental and physical, from mild to severe, can be so detrimental — they separate, they divide, they force us to isolate, sometimes they […]
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