Let’s Talk About It

Ugh. So much wisdom. So much awesomeness. I aspire to be like this woman in mindset, cuz she’s got an amazing one and I want to be like her! Also, hi y’all. Sorry I haven’t been around very much. I’ve reeeaalllyyyyy been struggling and I haven’t felt like sharing (because that would mean admitting there’s a problem… which there isn’t, obviously 🙄🤦🏻‍♀️). So read these wise words and start a conversation with anyone about eating disorders. Let’s teach truth and kill stereotypes. Let’s build relationships founded on trust, humility, and truth. Let’s spread awareness about mental illness.
Until next time people,
Kelsi

Peace Out ED

The theme for Eating Disorder Awareness Week this year is “Let’s talk about it.” So, y’all, let’s talk about it. I try to be open with my process of recovery but the things I share have typically been through several ED-free filters, for several reasons: mainly my well-being and staying true to what I’m comfortable sharing and not making social media my diary where everyone knows every aspect of my eating disorder because heck, I don’t even think I know every aspect of my eating disorder. So, if this is your first time here, this is probably going to be the most honest thing you’ve read about my recovery so far.

When I say recovery sucks, I mean it is literally the hardest, most miserable thing I have ever decided to do. There is not a day that goes by that I don’t question my decision of starting this whole…

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