Perfectly Imperfect
The first piece I wrote was "A Little Story."

This site is devoted to my Eating Disorder Recovery and Tips to being Body Positive. This is a space of non-judging, where I am allowing myself to be honest about the long road ahead of me.

*I am not a doctor, therapist, nutritionist or substitute for eating disorder treatment
Gorgeous! Xx
Anonymous

You are gorgeous too anon, absolutely stunning 💛

Hey gorgeous! You put the sweet in sweet tarts!
Anonymous

I love you anon you are the sweetness of the earth and honey I’m addicted ❤️

Finally Living, I had to fight through the worst of my life to get the life I never could have imagined

I am so sorry to my followers that I haven’t been posting lately. I have been incredibly busy working two jobs, while also attending summer school. I have also been going out a lot more with friends lately and finally have a full life that is not tailored around a strict diet or workout regimen. Instead I am eating what I want intuitively, workout out if I feel like it, going out and participating in things with my friends and all around finally living. This is the most amazing feeling ever, I wake up with this immense excitement for my day and go to bed with incredible satisfaction, I am feeding my body and that allows me to go out and truly enjoy everything this life has to offer. Recovery is so incredible, before my life consisted of working out, restricting and thinking of ways to restrict or eat perfectly ‘clean’ never going out, studying for hours on end because I couldn’t focus (because my brain wasn’t getting the nutrients it needed), my skin was cold and pale and yellow, I was losing my hair, living in sweatpants and hoodies that I thought would hide me, and then isolating myself because I didn’t think I was thin enough or pretty enough or enough in general. Now I eat what I am hungry for, when I am hungry for it. I go out with friends and am dating, am working two amazing jobs, I have fun getting dressed up and feeling fancy, I always get complimented on how healthy my hair is and how my skin is glowing, i am happy, I am living, this is why I fought so hard in recovery, and it was so worth it. I am so worth it, and if you are reading this, you are so worth it too 💚

noot-noot-muthafuka:

we found Canadas only flaw 

andreanecrolustt:

downwithdumbledore:

How can people think that gay couples shouldn’t be allowed children. I don’t know about you , but this is the happiest family I’ve ever seen.

Beautiful

lovequotesrus:

Everything you love is here

lovequotesrus:

Everything you love is here

If you won’t sing in the car with me when we drive, we can’t be friends

idprobablylikethat:

Yesterday a neighbour suggested for me to not wear a bathing suit in my backyard because “they’re not made for everybody”, (not made for plus size girls.) He continued to say how it made him uncomfortable to see “that kinda thing” and that it’s the “the ugly truth that modern women don’t accept.”
Today I walked around a populated beach area in the same attire just to show that you don’t have to have the perfect body to wear the bathing suit you want. Screw feeling uncomfortable because of the obstinance of others. Skinny isn’t a prerequisite to being beautiful. Take me as I am.

Beautiful

idprobablylikethat:

Yesterday a neighbour suggested for me to not wear a bathing suit in my backyard because “they’re not made for everybody”, (not made for plus size girls.) He continued to say how it made him uncomfortable to see “that kinda thing” and that it’s the “the ugly truth that modern women don’t accept.”
Today I walked around a populated beach area in the same attire just to show that you don’t have to have the perfect body to wear the bathing suit you want. Screw feeling uncomfortable because of the obstinance of others. Skinny isn’t a prerequisite to being beautiful. Take me as I am.

Beautiful

Letting go of your eating disorder can be very scary, but I assure you I have never met even one person in full recovery who wished to have the disorder back.
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— Kelly Hinds  (via katimorton)
Growth is painful. Change is painful.But nothing is as painful as staying stuck somewhere you don’t belong.
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— Mandy Hale (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

god-damn-demetria:

dirtyjanoskiansimagines:

still-fighting:

mirandarph:

The Trevor Project

1-866-488-7386

Stop re-blogging One Direction and re-blog this shit. 

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It doesn’t matter which kind of blog you are, this deserves to be reblogged

Ellen’s part always gets me