The fighter


20. Canadian. gym rat. recovering from binge eating disorder. trying to be happier & healthier every day <3

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Starting this today. It’s so doable for me and my busy schedule. I’m not trying to lose inches or weight at this point but it looks like it could get me back into a good fitness routine!

My eating disorder is more mental than physical, as many are, and I’m an emotional person anyways so it’s rough. But now I’m trying to work on labelling my thoughts and almost questioning each one. My therapist told me “not all thoughts are facts”…so instead of letting some of the negative thoughts take over I’m going to try to say to myself “no…that is an eating disorder thought. How can I make it better?”

Therapy is really hard but I’m learning a lot

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My eating will never be perfect, but yesterday and today I feel really good about it, which is weird for me

for3vertrying:

YOU AREN’T GOING TO SEE ANY PROGRESS UNTIL YOU GET YOUR NUTRITION IN LINE. IT’S NOT MAGIC. YOU CAN’T JUST HOPE FOR IT. YOU HAVE TO WORK FOR IT.

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