A Poem: Hoping for Recovery

A Poem: Hoping for Recovery

Hoping for Recovery By: Erin Casey Mother and Father I love you so I was your princess, my King and Queen Brother and Sisters I love you so I was your comrade, my partners in crime Hugs and Kisses – laughter too Dancing and spinning, singing and talking Darkness fell one horrid night ED attacked, […]

A Poem: A Hug

A Poem: A Hug

A Hug By: Erin A hug Makes my cold body warm And calms my heart during a storm A hug Silences the screaming thoughts in my head Speaks words that cannot be said A hug Adds love and joy to moments of thrill It’s perfect for celebrating after climbing a hill A hug Reminds me […]

A Poem: Blah

A Poem: Blah

BLAH By: Erin Don’t you hate that feeling? You know the one… I can’t really describe it fully But it overwhelms my brain and body… I’m talking about “Blah” It comes on days when you need to get a lot done And you usually end up accomplishing close to none…. You are experiencing a day […]

Meet the Scale

Meet the Scale

By: Caroline Owens, Where I Stand Blogger and Advocate  Today was the first day I’ve seen my weight since last August. It’s been eight months. I’m obsessed with the number on the scale, I would say I used to be obsessed with the number but after today it became reality that it’s still something that […]

On Body Image (Again)

On Body Image (Again)

​ By Lizzie E., Blogger & Advocate I despise my body. Yes, I am actively working my recovery, and making positive strides in other areasof my life, but body image is a struggle. I am nearly two years out of my most recent stint in residential, and I just recently hit my “ideal weight”. And […]