At the Boston NEDA Walk :)

Come find me! I’m the short one with the bright red hair walking around with a camera

Stories of Recovery

My story of recovery is still a constant battle to this day. I am twenty years old but I had hit my worse when I was eighteen.

Thought out my years, I had been bullied and this bullying impacted me to the point of no return. I came into high school, I had learned about drugs and starving yourself. The thoughts were there but I had never chose to act of my complusions until my final year of high school. During my final year of high school, It sounds very typical but I was scared of the fact I was losing routine in my life, My friends where going off to study at Universitys and I didn’t know what I wanted. I came home, I skipped dinner that night. At first, it was somewhat innocent but I went to a sleepover at my friends house and I found a scale - I saw that I was loosing weight and I felt like I had some control and routine back into my life. So, I began skipping more meals and at the time I was heavily into sports so it was easy for me to hide because of another family event going on. After a year had passed, I had managed to pick myself up ever so slightly but I had developed alot of anixety and soon my nana had passed on and I had began my habbits again. Only this time, I had chosen to receive help. I had recieved help, being diganosed with Anixety. A few months later after intense therapy. My therapist and me had came clean to my parents about everything. I had been referred to a clinic. They had diagnosed me officially with Social Anixety, Panic Disorder and Disordered Eating and said that they couldnt help me at the time but if I was referred back to them, they would have to think of a treatment plan. 

Including I hadnt been diagnosed with anything like anorexia, builmia. I personally still believe that I do have EDNOS but I havent let this stop me from my recovery. I started a youtube channel and have posted updates about my journey to recovery. I even got a tattoo, its corny, its one like Demi Lovato but it speaks the truth to me.

Its ‘Now I’m A Warrior’

which I am, I’m a warrior.

http://breathingincoldair.tumblr.com/

Who’s going to the NEDA walk in Boston this Sunday?

I’ll be there! Come say hi!

If anyone is interested in joining or donating to my team the link is below:
http://neda.nationaleatingdisorders.org/site/TR/NEDAWalk/General?team_id=21460&pg=team&fr_id=2830

pandavalkyrie:

You are good at something, stop lying to yourself. You’re good at breaking down comic book plots, cooking ramen perfectly, making your friends happy, knowing the time without looking at a clock, getting the perfect ending at RPG’s, or figuring out the twist ending to movies. Don’t let society tell you your talents are meaningless because they don’t serve an economical purpose. Your talents reflect your interests and passions, and what’s important to you is important.

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twloha:

Taking a minute can provide us with the calm and clarity to continue on with our day. Calm.com has created a simple way to pick a song that reflects the mood you are in, the amount of time that you have and an image to use for some quiet reflection on the go. Have you taken a minute today?

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Dare to love every person, including yourself. Become the energy of love.

Bryant H. McGill (via bryantmcgill)

Good Vibes HERE

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jeremyloverobsessedmoi:

To all my followers who are feeling blue or down…

jeremyloverobsessedmoi:

To all my followers who are feeling blue or down…

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peenutbutterprincess:

I didn’t believe it until I wrote it over and over and over again.
I’m trying to fight that bitch in my head.

peenutbutterprincess:

I didn’t believe it until I wrote it over and over and over again.

I’m trying to fight that bitch in my head.

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