‘12.000 calories cheatday’, ‘ 15.000 cheatday ‘, ‘I ate a dozen donuts from Dunkin’ or ‘I ate everything I craved for a day’. For people who do this as a job on YouTube, well oke they make their bucks with this. If it’s a healthy relationship with food….Well it depends how they deal with it… Read More Why cheatdays turn into cheatweeks
Therapy is something a lot of people with an eating disorder either fear, look up to or do not take serious at all. For all of those people this article could be helpful. I have some sentences that I will put into this article from a lady I spoke to on Instagram. That went crazy… Read More If you think therapy will have all the answers…
I find it kinda scary to write this. Because such a helpful mindset is going to get some bashing. First is first. Being happy with your body is a good thing and always will be. It’s important to have positive feelings towards your body*. What I see with a lot of people including myself… Read More Why body positivity not always is that positive….
Let’s start out with one thing. Everyone in the ED community has one or more fearfoods. I WILL NOT name a certain food here as a fearfood, because I know people will somehow connect dots and think that food would be bad and somehow will be going to avoid that. So how can you work… Read More How to handle fearfoods?
When having an eating disorder and depending in which state, it can be that you feel a bit disconnected from the whole corona situation. You don’t want to stay inside, but you want to move. Either in the gym or the park. When having binges or boulimia, you are maybe questioning if you financially can… Read More How to survive lockdown when having an eating disorder?