How to Use Social Media to Support Eating Disorder Recovery

Hello Recovery Warriors! In my very first recovery blog, I tackle the often controversial topic of social media and culture. I’ll share my tips and ask for yours too! Enjoy the video blog and be sure to send requests for future topics. Don’t forget to share your favorite social media resource that supports your recovery and healthy body image!

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Video: © 2015 Marci Anderson
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  • Thank you so much! You are so right; I feel it is very important to address this topic, because there really ARE a lot of great resources for eating disorder recovery on the internet! It took me a while to stumble upon them, but now that I have found some good blogs etc., I feel that they really give me hope, and encourage me when I feel lost, alone and as though none of this actually matters.

    I would like to share my personal favorites with you and anyone that needs it right here:
    • cleanbodyfreshstart.tumblr.com // http://www.instagram.com/cleanbodyfreshstart – is definitely the account that has inspired me the most!
    https://www.facebook.com/healthynewskinny?fref=ts
    https://twitter.com/andcitylights
    https://twitter.com/recoveryspirit
    https://twitter.com/succuIent (this is just a very positive, heart warming account to all those struggling)

    There are many more helpful accounts on twitter, tumblr and instagram!

    Just find what speaks to YOU and helps you; there really is a lot of helpful stuff out there!

    To all of you, shine on and take care!

  • Thank you for alerting us Mary. I clicked on the link and did observe pictures that many people in recovery would find triggering. This is a great example of being a careful consumer and clearly identifying for yourself what is supportive and what is not. I appreciate your feedback.

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