Accepting your New Body?

I'm back (hopefully!) after a hiatus due to a little something called the 4-month sleep regression that my son recently delved into.  Speaking of babies, I wrote a guest post for an old friend with an awesome blog called The Last Mommy Blog! If you're not interested in mom-related topics or my personal life, I... Continue Reading →

How do you react to suffering?

Having an eating disorder or related problem = SUFFERING.  How do you typically react to this suffering? What it looks like to minimize your suffering "It's not a big deal.  Other people have it way worse than me." You push yourself too much and end up in situations that are really challenging. You beat yourself... Continue Reading →


Today I'm sharing someone else's words with you.  There are so many things I want to write about, but life gets in the way.  So hopefully the band King and Country can give you a little more understanding of what God sees when he looks at you. Priceless by King and Country Mirror, mirror Mirror... Continue Reading →

Jesus on a Treadmill

The next time you sit down to a meal, picture God sitting at the empty chair across from you. The next time you go to the gym, look to Jesus on the treadmill next to you.  (sort of a funny image, no?)

READ THIS before you watch “To The Bone”

There's quite a controversy surrounding the new Netflix orginal movie "To the Bone," which comes out this Friday.  People seem to be for it or against it. FOR:  The pros are that the movie raises awareness about eating disorders, a disease that gets little funding for research and little support from insurance companies (...IMHO as... Continue Reading →

How to Deal with Ignorant ED Comments

Unfortunately, there are lots of misconceptions about eating disorders.  You may have a lengthy list of hurtful things people have said to you in reference to your eating or your body or your eating disorder.  I've heard plenty of stories from previous clients and it can be infuriating!  

The SOS Prayer

Now that I spend my days with a little diva 2-year old and her newborn brother, I find myself asking for patience ALL. THE. TIME. I will stop and just ask for it out loud… while the toddler dilly dallies down the stairs at sloth speed, the baby is wailing, and my anxiety is creeping upward... Continue Reading →

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