I asked women (no men happened to respond) with eating disorders/in recovery what they wanted future dietitians to know about working with clients with eating disorders. The following list is also helpful for nurses, doctors, therapists, teachers, fitness instructors, and anyone else who will ever work with clients/individuals with eating disorders.
How to Find a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and What to Expect Your First Visit
Recovery is hard and relapse is always an option, but here are 51 reasons to not relapse. Whether it’s recovery from an eating disorder, substance abuse, mental illness, self injury, or alcoholism. Feel free to add your own! Because I don’t want to be a hypocrite. How can I tell others what to eat whenContinue reading “51 Reasons to Keep on Keeping on (Why not relapse?)”
Whatever you’re recovering from, be it an eating disorder, self harm, substance abuse, mental illness, or alcoholism, here are 207 reasons to keep at it: So you can be the kind of person you’ve always wanted to be. So you can move on. So you can love yourself. So that your story can haveContinue reading “207 Reasons to Recover”