Blog / survivor

  • Rediscovering Trust in Eating Disorder Recovery

    Written by: Zoe Speirs, contributing writer.  Follow more of her journey on her Instagram, @boporecoverywarrior.    “None of us knows what might happen even the next minute, yet still we go forward. Because we trust. Because we have Faith.” – Paulo Coelho When I first embarked on my recovery from an eating disorder, I remember […]
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  • Change Your Attitude by Choosing Gratitude

    Written by: Megan Lawrence, contributing writer.  Follow more of her journey at HealingHopefuls.com or on her Instagram, @in.my.own.words.   There is no such thing as recovery without gratitude, and if there was, it would be hard to maintain. While gratitude is not required to start your recovery journey, I want to ask you to just […]
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  • It’s Okay to Struggle to See the Good

    Written by: Zoe Speirs, contributing writer.  Follow more of her journey on her Instagram, @boporecoverywarrior.    In a day and age where self-care is finally being made a priority, we find ourselves bombarded with messages of how we should practice gratitude – and whilst practicing gratitude is important and feeds the soul, it’s pretty hard […]
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  • A Moment of Reflection

    Written by: Madeline McCallum, contributing writer and blogger at http://madelinesmusing.blogspot.com/?m=1 “You do not just wake up and become the butterfly  –growth is a process” Rupi Kaur, The Sun and Her Flowers Day to day, we expect to fix everything, change the world, and heal ourselves within 24 hours. We get frustrated when important things take time, […]
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  • Spirituality

    Written by: Morgan Blair, Founder and Creative Director My heart felt dry, like someone had taken a sponge to the pumping machine inside my vulnerable chest and dried up all the blood, water, and liquid that might have offered some relief. My eyes were dry. My skin cracked. And there came a time when I […]
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  • The Crack in the Crystal Ball

     Written by: Gracie Mayer, contributing writer We will never fully understand the world by trying to look into the future and predict where our paths will take us.  We usually only understand our experiences when we reflect back on where we have been and what we have learned. Because we spend every day with ourselves, […]
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