Tag Archives: Self-esteem

Prioritizing my needs = awesome!

This last weekend, I attended Swing’n New Years Dance Camp in Palm Springs and had a fantastic time–one of the best times I have had at a dance event in awhile. There were multiple key ingredients that made this weekend … Continue reading

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Regaining Dance Confidence

I love dancing. Dancing allows me to escape into another world. At the same time, events in the rest of my life influence my dancing. When I am stressed out, my dance posture slumps a little extra. When I am … Continue reading

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Inspiring others

My journey to recovery is one of the most “selfish” things I have every done. From the start, the process has been all about me and my need to get over my food and emotion issues. It has felt amazing … Continue reading

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New sources of self-esteem

This morning, I worked on three related entries in Beautiful You: A Daily Guide to Radical Self-Acceptance by Rosie Molinary, which were very much aligned with my goal of finding new sources of self-esteem. The first was a reflection on … Continue reading

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Two accomplishments a day

Since my eating disorder plays a much smaller role in my self-esteem (now that it is a tiny voice that no longer dictates my behavior), I have default lower self-esteem. When I opened up in after care about my struggles … Continue reading

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