Through her journey, she learned to not only reconnect with herself, her families, and friends, but also to deal with her emotions and feelings.
Tune in to today’s show to listen to Kelly’s realization that recovery is not all sunshine and rainbows; instead, recovery is living life and appreciating all realms of feelings that make us human.
Are You Ready For 2016?
What You’ll Learn
- How the holidays become much more enjoyable without the control, planning, and obsession
- What prompted Kelly’s eating disorders at a young age
- Kelly’s acceptance, vulnerability, and courage that fueled her to go into recovery
- Why having someone you trust is a very important part in recovery
- How life after recovery is not and never going to be perfect, which is exactly what living life is all about.
Begin anywhere. – John Cage
You’re imperfect, and you’re wired of struggle, but you are worthy of loving and belonging. – Brené Brown
Favorite Recovery Resource:
Advice to Former Self
I would tell her to first tell someone and get help. Then I would tell her that her whole life is not going to fall apart and it’s going to be worth it, and that recovery is possible.
Definition of Recovery
Finding worth in yourself, knowing that you’re more than the eating disorder, and that you have an identity outside of your disease.
For Your Journey
- 2016 Recovery Warrior Calendar (Use discount code WARRIOR to receive 10% off your order!)
- Find professional help on ConnectED
- Rise Up + Recover app on Google Play and iTunes
- Music Credit: “Something to Live For” by Mallory Faye
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