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i thought i’d start with a little bit about myself. im 16 years old from england🇬🇧 im also in college! i was diagnosed earlier this year w/ anorexia & i have made many attempts to recover. i struggle with numerous mental health issues. that im learning to cope with everyday. if you want to see what i eat and learn more about me, or even to have a chat id be v grateful🌻

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This weekend I achieved so much that I didn't believe I was capable of. I drove five hours down to Essex on Friday night for my dad's 60th birthday party on the Saturday night, with family I hadn't seen in 30 years or even met at all. I've been feeling anxious about it this for months, about every single aspect of it, but while I'm glad to be back home now and mentally and physically exhausted, I'm so glad I went. Not only did it make my dad really happy but I proved to myself that I can handle these kinds of situations and if I can do it once I can do it again. And it gives me so much hope for the future. This time six months ago I wouldn't have been able to do it. Who knows where I'll be in another six months. Our Demons can convince us that we're not good enough, that we're not strong enough, that things are impossible, that we can never get better. But we ARE good enough. We ARE strong enough. NOTHING is impossible and we each have it within us to beat our Demons and live a healthy and happy life. Never ever give up.🌈✨💖 #anorexiarecovery #recoverywarrior #prorecovery #realrecovery #beatinganorexia #bulimiarecovery #bodydysmorphia #depression #eatingdisorderrecovery #edwarrior #believeinyourself #eatingdisorderawareness #edrecovery #recoveryisworthit #nevergiveup #mentalhealth #selfacceptance #recoveryispossible #mentallillness #edfamily #gainingweightiscool #edcommunity #recovery #edfighter #anxiety #socialanxiety #bodydysmorphicdisorder #anarecovery #bddrecovery

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OCD will ALWAYS say, "just one more" (check, wash, question, Google, repeat, prayer, insert any other compulsion here". - It will NEVER stop after one. That's not how OCD works. There's some cool research that shows that people with OCD often have difficulty stopping one behavior and shifting to another. Once we start something, especially compulsions, it's really hard for us to move onto something else. - As challenging as it is, our best bet is to not start compulsions in the first place. That's ritual prevention, and it's how we rewire our brains. - #ocdillustrated #ocdawareness #ocdisnotanadjective #ocdproblems #realocd #pureocd #obsessivecompulsivedisorder #ocdmemes #intrusivethoughts #exposuretherapy #exposureandresponseprevention #cognitivebehavioraltherapy #cbt #acceptanceandcommitmenttherapy #therapy #therapyiscool #therapyworks #mentalhealthblog #mentalhealtheducation #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthmemes #mentalhealthishealth #mentalillnessawareness #bodydysmorphicdisorder #bodyfocusedrepetitivebehaviors #bfrbs #trichotillomania #skinpicking #dermatillomania

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The people that love you don’t love you because of the way you look. ~~~ Think about the reasons you love the ones you love. Is it because of their body or something else? ~~~ For more on Eating Disorders, body image and therapy information check out my YouTube channel: link in bio! ~~~ #EatingDisorderPrevention #EatingDisorderSupport #DisorderedEating #EatingDisorderHelp #Dietculture #Dietculturedropout #EDRecover #BodyPos #BodyDysmorphia #DietCultureSucks #DietsDontWork #RiotsNotDiets #EdRecover #EDRecoveryQuotes #BodyImageIssues #BodyImageMovement #BodyImageWarrior #MentalHealthMeme #AnorexiaRecover #BulimiaNervosaRecovery #BodyDysmorphicDisorder #DitchtheDiets #DietsSuck #EatingDisorderHelp #StopComparing #BingeEatingDisorderRecovery #BodyPositivity #TherapyMemes #MentalHealthRecovery #ItsOktoCry

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Everyday hundreds of people skip that dinner or that lunch or that late night snack. That one meal becomes a hundred and soon those same people start denying themselves food- a basic hygiene factor required for survival. This needs to stop and you have the power to stop it. Every time you beat the urge to sleep hungry, every time you help a friend detesting their appearance every time you’re there for someone going through something, you’re helping a much needed cause. #love #bodypositive #loveyourbody #loveyourself #bodydysmorphicdisorder #bodydysmorphia

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i made a tiktok account for the sake of making one video idea i had but I still haven’t actually made my idea yet as im a dumb bitch alsooo if you wanna follow me on tiktok it’s amy.steadman and I’ll follow you back 😇

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We all play an important role in the prevention of Eating Disorders...here’s how you can help!

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Please scroll if you’d like to read this years journey of self-improvement. Everything relating to physical appearance! 🌞 it’s been a while since I’ve done a reflection and talked about my mental health. I wanted to get it out there so I have something to feel good about today, cause we all need something we can look at everyday and feel proud of, no matter how big or small. ❤️ #bodydysmorphia #bodydysmorphicdisorder #loveyourself #eatingdisorderrecovery #happyinmyskin #selfcare #selfgrowth

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Ass shots aka fillers gone wrong if you ain’t got it then You ain’t go it smh stop the madness those ant shape ass ain’t the wave. SQUAT FOR ASS 🏋🏻‍♀️ #BodyDysmorphia #BodyDysmorphicDisorder #MentaLILLness #SeekHelpBeforeItsTooLate

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I was asked to share recovery tips so I figure why not start now! 🤷🏻‍♀️ I will have them numbered for no other reason than it felt right to me idk but anyways here’s the first tip for recovery! . Now - I know getting professional help is not an option for everyone and I know that insurance, if you have it, does not like to cover eating disorder treatment. I do believe with all my heart that it is worth a shot though. It’s worth your time to see whether or not you can get professional help. . Ask you parents, ask your guardians, do your research. The @neda website has great resources if you need a starting point. Whether it’s a dietitian, an outpatient therapist, or a high level of care - the more professional help you can get, the better. . The internet is full of great information but it’s not always the most reliable and it definitely isn’t tailored to you specifically. We all have different needs both mentally and physically in recovery. The online recovery community is a fantastic wealth of knowledge and resources BUT 👉🏻 . Everybody is different. What may have been a good meal plan for me might now be for you. What may be a good coping mechanism for me might not work for you. Yes, seek out the support of those who are in the same boat as you. Do not take their word as an unchanging fact. In order to truly know what’s best for you, professional help is the way to go. So ask around, call your insurance provider, or jump over to the NEDA website to see what is available to you. You don’t have to go on this journey alone. . Side note: treatment is expensive but it is an investment into your future. You are investing in your LIFE. It is worth it if there is any possible way to do it.

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To goal set or not?⁣ ⁣ Last year around this time, I wrote out my fitness goals, shared them with a few people, and then kinda forgot about them. 🤷🏻‍♀️⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ For some, we need daily reminders, little nudges to move the needle closer to our goals, and then there are some, like me, who just knows what I want and chase after it regardless if it’s staring me in the face (I do this in other areas of my life). When it comes to fitness, I chased after the destination—the look—with no clear objective. I just wanted “something” different than what I had.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Fast forward to a couple of weeks ago, I finally hit 205 lb on my deadlift which has been something I’ve been working so hard to hit but couldn’t get past the mental block of “not feeling strong enough” and played it safe hitting reps of lesser weight. ⁣⁣ Then the one day, without even thinking, I just went for it and pulled 205 lbs for reps. That was all the momentum I needed to keep going. Since then, the mental fog has cleared, deadlifts continue to increase as my body weight decreases. ⁣⁣ The other day, I pulled 215x2 and so proud of the progression I made over these past couple weeks, and then it dawned on me…. "didn’t I write down my goals last year? I wonder what they were.”⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ I scrolled through my notes and found that on Dec 5, 2018, I wrote down the following 1 Rep Max (RM) lower body goals:⁣⁣ Front Squat=135 lbs⁣⁣ Deadlift=215 lbs⁣⁣ Hip Thrust=350 lbs⁣⁣ Bodyweight 115 lbs⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ This year I’ve hit:⁣⁣ Front Squat=135x6⁣⁣ Deadlift=215x2⁣⁣ Hip Thrust=345x6 ⁣⁣ Current Bodyweight=116 lbs⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ All in all, I’d say it’s been a pretty solid year of “fitness” goal crushing. ⁣⁣ And I’m not even done with this month’s program….225, here I come!⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ The moral of the story is,...get out of your own damn way, stop overthinking and overcomplicating what your mind already knows. You are capable of anything; you have to trust and believe in yourself.⁣⁣

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They say patience is a virtue but being patient in recovery is difficult. . They tell us to trust the process. They don’t always say how LONG the process will be. If you’re feeling alone or overwhelmed by how much time and energy it is taking you to notice improvements - 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐚𝐫𝐞 𝐧𝐨𝐭 𝐚𝐥𝐨𝐧𝐞. . You are not alone in your impatience. You are not alone in feeling like you might never get any better. I can tell you from experience though that it DOES get better with time. It gets easier and easier and day by day, you gain strength. You may not notice anything different while you are going through it but some day you will look in the mirror and not even recognize the person you see. . Even when you feel like you aren’t ever going to get better, please keep going. Keep working on your coping skills. Keep communicating and reaching out for support. Keep eating. Eventually you WILL get to a point where you look and feel 100 times better. You will be healthy again. You just can’t give up even when the road seems to stretch out in front of you forever. You aren’t alone in this.

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You can still like your body and be trans, you can not like your body and be cis. You are valid either way. -and before people start commenting, yes it’s common for trans people to have body dysmorphia, but it’s not what makes people trans, cis people can have body dysmorphia, make sure you know the difference between gender dysphoria and body dysmorphia- #lgbt #lgbtq #lgbtpride #lgbtqpride #neopronouns #pronouns #hehim #sheher #theythem #dysphoria #nodysohoria #tucute #truscum #transmed #bodydysmorphia #bodydysmorphicdisorder #transgender #trans #transyouth #nonbinary #transmen #transwomen #transman #transwoman #enby #terfsdni

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This week’s #HeroOfResilience is comedian and actor #TiffanyHaddish. Her childhood was marked by tragedy: her father left when she was a toddler, and when she was 12, she and her siblings were put into foster care due to her mother’s schizophrenia. An opportunity to attend a comedy summer camp at 17 gave her tools to begin to build her resilience. As a young adult she experienced other traumas, including sexual assault, and living out of her car while on the comedy circuit. However, she persevered and won small roles on television shows and in movies. In 2017, she co-starred in the movie “Girls Trip” and became a breakout star. She went on to become the first African-American woman to host Saturday Night Live and to star in movies, comedy specials, music videos and television shows. Most of the people I have known, including myself, who were able to push through trauma and yet triumph had mentors or support outside the dysfunctional family, but they had to be open to that help. That is the importance of connectedness. * * * #selfesteem #selfworth #selflove #boundaries #youmatter #resilience #optimism #grit #resilient #NewUnderstandingBDD #BodyDysmorphicDisorder #BDD #bodydysmorphia #plasticsurgery #plasticsurgeon #childhoodtrauma #childhoodabuse #bodyshame #addiction #substanceabuse #CPTSD

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Affirmations are so powerful! ~~~ You may feel that you are lying to yourself, you may feel uncomfortable with it. ~~~ Push yourself to affirm yourself regularly and consistently. ~~~ For more on Eating Disorders, body image and therapy information check out my YouTube channel: link in bio! ~~~ #EatingDisorderPrevention #EatingDisorderSupport #DisorderedEating #EatingDisorderHelp #Dietculture #Dietculturedropout #EDRecover #BodyPos #BodyDysmorphia #DietCultureSucks #DietsDontWork #RiotsNotDiets #EdRecover #EDRecoveryQuotes #BodyImageIssues #BodyImageMovement #BodyImageWarrior #MentalHealthMeme #AnorexiaRecover #BulimiaNervosaRecovery #BodyDysmorphicDisorder #DitchtheDiets #DietsSuck #EatingDisorderHelp #StopComparing #BingeEatingDisorderRecovery #BodyPositivity #TherapyMemes #MentalHealthRecovery #ItsOktoCry

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2012 vs 2019 - Booty Growth! 😆 • I know .. I miss HumpDay yesterday .. Soooo here ya go! 🍑 • If you can’t handle my sass you can’t handle my ass! ✌🏽 • Besides ... Ya can’t get the ass ya want by sitting on it. 🍑

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