Sunday, January 27, 2013

30 DAYS BEHAVIOR FREE!!!

Yep, that's right. Today is day 30 of no eating disorder behaviors! I've had this goal for so long and reaching it seemed like an impossible dream.

Life is good. I love living independent of my family. I enjoy my job. I have a sweet boyfriend and I never want to let go of him. I'm weight restored and behavior free for the first time in years. I'm exercising and eating healthy and NORMALLY. I'm at peace with my body. I'm learning to like it's shape.

Could I be any happier?

15 comments:

  1. What a wonderful post! I feel so happy for you! Congratulations and keep up the absolutely fantastic work! X

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  2. Congratulations! I hope things continue to go well!

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  3. I am so happy for you!! Congratulations!! :) I'm on day 27 of the same 30-day goal! I hope all continues to go well for you. You are such an inspiration!!

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  4. Yay!! That's a huge accomplishment

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  5. YES YES YES!!! YOU GO GIRL!!!!

    stay strong- I know you can do this!!!

    xoxo

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  6. Congratulations! I'm so happy for you!

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  7. Congratulations! I'm glad you're getting better :)I'm starting a blog about ana and mia recovery, I would apreciate it if you passed by and left some suggestions/comments.
    http://anaandmiarecovery.blogspot.mx/
    Thank you and good luck in your recovery!

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  8. It's Great to hear you are so happy, just remember to be yourself and embrace your features. For example, if you think your ugly (I'm sure your not) cling on to it do not let it go because it's these features that make you yourself. Life is too short to dwell on these things and i am positive there are people all around you who love you for who you are and not what you can be. Do you know why birds can fly? It's because they let themselves be taken by the wind.

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  9. Congrats! keep pushing for more days! Happy for you and love reading about great progress!!

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  10. yay thats amazing! Keep going chick. as a sufferer it gives us hope that it can be conquered

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  11. That's great Rae! Congratulations on 30 great days, and I hope you continue on like this for the rest your life (and maybe even with this sweet boyfriend too).

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  12. Congrats :) I can remember how proud of me I was when I stopped counting calories and it was e. g. 1 week. Then it was one month, two months, three... And because I always have a "goal" to reach, it just moved from "Don't eat!" to "Don't count it! Great, it's been one month since you stop counting it and started trying to eat normal.".
    On the other hand, be careful with exercising. At first, I thought I could take exercise during my recovering, but it was impossible. It was like "I'll eat only if I take exercise. If I take more exercise, I can eat more. If less, then I can't eat." And that was how I had been doing it for several months untill my family found out that it wasn't getting better and that I had to go to a specialist.
    So I had to stop taking exercise for some time. It was difficult, but the best desicion I could make.

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