Eating Disorders can affect anyone regardless their size, age, gender or social standing. Eating Disorders are still a great taboo, however movies like The Road Within show that it is possible to break with them and still “be cool”.

An Eating Disorder can affect your daily life and relationships, as you will probably think about food all day long! Once you realize that you have a problem with food, the bumpy road of recovery needs to target those feelings and their provenance or the situation in which they occur.

Be patient and sensitive to your feelings as self love is one of the keys to recovery!

By setting yourself goals on a daily basis, it will be possible to make progress and achieve results in long term. Regaining confidence in yourself is possible, having a peace of mind and feeling good in your body as well. It will not be easy at first, but you will get there! Believing is key as well.

Blogger Tina Klaus is on the the Bumpy Road to Recovery as well. Her blog Don’t Live Small is a great place to go to and get inspired in moments of doubt. Tina is an inspirational example for how to deal with your Eating Disorder and keep on walking the road of recovery, because everyone is worth of a healthy life and self love.

And where does Tina Klaus get her inspiration from? It comes from the licensed psychologist Dr. Maley working at the University of Colorado. Dr. Maley has worked extensively with people suffering from anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder.  He also specializes in treating survivors of trauma, abuse, and neglect.

Tina Klaus’ article gives us useful techniques to manage recurring anxieties and thus gradually regain confidence to always keep on the road to recovery. CLICK HERE to read it 🙂

Writer: Marie Detroulleau         Twitter : @Marie_Dtrl

Thanks for the support and love 🙂 Your REglam Team xx

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