About Me

I’m your “typical” 30 year old married to a kind and gentle man and together we are poodle parents (rearing 3 standard poodle children)!

By day, I’m a teacher …. and by night I’m a student of life trying to learn as I go.

I love to run and play field hockey! I’m a recovery ninja ready to learn as much as possible to beat my eating disorder.

The purpose of this blog is to keep me moving forward in recovery, feeling these “feelings” my therapist speaks of, and give me something to stop and think about as I stumble down this road to recovery. I made myself very sick from my eating disorder and now I’m clawing my way back to health and trying to find inspiration to continue fighting this hard battle. I love to laugh and use humor as much as possible, and I like to pretend I can draw ridiculous pictures in Microsoft Paint (hence the wonderful drawings that show up!). It’s my hope that I can teach my friends a thing or two about what I’m going through so I can finally put this behind me. Too much of this is about hiding, so here it is, world…. my deepest darkest secrets! 🙂

After realizing how much I’ve missed out on, I’d say I’m hungry for life…. so, let’s get this party started! 🙂

 

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  2. Recovery Ninja = very clever. I’ve been a recovered “ninja” for about 15 years and very, very, very few know of my past. I’ve debated whether to share or not. Perhaps your blog will help in that decision. Anyway, KEEP. MOVING. FORWARD with your recovery. It does get easier, though, I wouldn’t assume your relationship with food will be ever be 100% like the general (non-ED) population.

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