We are all competitive. It is a characteristic trait that we have deep within us. Some have it more than others, but we all have it. Competing with others in recovery can be a motivating factor and a very, very unhealthy and destructive element on your way to health.
I write about learning to love yourself and your body, about finding your voice and sharing it with others. I empower you to change your thoughts and your attitude and I share with you the many lessons I learn on my path towards a fulfilled life.
Additionally, the goal of this blog is it to spread the news about the dark side of the slimming craze: Standing on the brink of death, having struggled with anorexia for 14 years, Anne-Sophie has finally been able to break the cycle of eating, not eating, exercising and abusing laxatives in the spring of After a 3-month long stay at a sanatorium that resulted in almost no weight-gain, Anne-Sophie has been able to reach a healthy weight and is slowly finding her way to health and a better life.
During her time at the sanatorium, Anne-Sophie started her first blog called My Intercontinental Life, which was then followed by Fighting Anorexia, the blog that she had been dreaming of doing for years.
This blog is her attempt to do something against this horrible disease. What others say about Fighting Anorexia: Anne-Sophie is real, honest, so open and I find it refreshing.
She is very relatable and it does help me to not feel so weird lol and alone. She exudes compassion and warmth, and she speaks very well, which makes her podcasts easy to listen to.
The Fighting Anorexia website and podcast has given me a brand new perspective and insight into this epidemic. Her podcast is a mixture of professionalism, lots of research and her own real life experiences.
Her sweet voice and determination is a life safer in so many prospects. Let me tell you… she is REAL.
If you suffer from this horrific debilitating disease, please watch and participate by leaving a comment or feedback. You might just save a life by leaving a comment!Fighting Anorexia – Competition In Recovery. In this episode of Fighting Anorexia, I talk about the positive and negative aspects of competition in recovery..
We are all competitive. It is a characteristic trait that we have deep within us. Jan 26, · This feature is not available right now.
Please try again later. Last week, I came to a point in my journey where I just wanted to give up fighting my anorexia. If restricting wasn’t good for me, I didn’t want to know. I didn’t want to put in the effort to make the best decisions for my body anymore. I didn’t feel worth the fight.
I felt more dead than. Last week, I came to a point in my journey where I just wanted to give up fighting my anorexia. If restricting wasn’t good for me, I didn’t want to know. I didn’t want to put in the effort to make the best decisions for my body anymore.
I didn’t feel worth the fight. I felt more dead than. Weight can become your whole world in anorexia. You, your family, your friends and doctors focusing with increasing desperation on every gram lost and gained. Apr 26, · Dr. Suzanne Dooley-Hash believes that she will never fully recover from the anorexia that has plagued her since she was 15 years old.
For many years, she did not take laxatives constantly to .