“Never quit fighting for yourself. Even if others do. You know, because it’s your life.”- Tiffany Folk
For Tiffany Folk, recovery from an eating disorder means living in the present moment without obsessing about food. When traditional treatment left her with little options, she took action and found the support she needed in order to heal. After spending most of her life taking care of everyone else, she now prioritizes herself and her recovery. But to get to this place, Tiffany has learned many lessons on letting down her walls and accepting the support she needs and deserves.
Tune into this episode of The Recovery Warrior Show to hear her full story.
What You’ll Learn from Tiffany Folk’s interview:
- Tiffany’s complicated relationship to the scale and what’s she’s learned about it.
- Some of the tools that help her maintain recovery.
- Why always having to be the strong one can make it harder to let others in.
- What was behind her initial resistance to recover.
- How participating in the Courage Club helped Tiffany take her recovery to the next level.
Tiffany Folk’s Quotables:
I had the tools inside of me. I had everything that I needed to progress. And it was just time that I started using them.
One of the hardest things in treatment that I had to deal with was letting that wall down and letting people in.
I understand that my resistance was my fear.
What you seek out, you will find. But you have to be open to it you have to be open to change.
I realized the power in my voice and how important it was to advocate for myself. My voice matters.
For Your Journey:
- Sign up here to join the courage club!