My mental health and eating disorder recovery

I have had quite the journey in my personal life, and it wasn’t until recently that I realized how much of an impact my mental health was having. After dealing with an eating disorder for a long time, I finally made the decision to get help. It was one of the scariest moments in my life, but it has changed me for the better in ways I never imagined.

The first few weeks were extremely daunting as I started to unpick everything that lead me down this path. But soon enough things started to take shape as I began understanding why I had been self-sabotaging and where it stemmed from. Working with a therapist and dietician on building skills, and creating healthy habits around food served as a giant wake up call; Knowing that recovery is absolutely possible, healed me in more ways than one.

If you’re struggling with similar issues or feel like you might be heading down a path of unhealthiness, please reach out for help! There is no shame in getting support (or taking breaks when you need them) - your safety & wellbeing should always come first!


Hey there,
I hear you and understand what you’re going through. It can be really intimidating to reach out for help, but it’s a brave act that usually leads to great transformation. I commend you for making the decision to get help, and even though it may have been daunting in the beginning, it helped shape and heal your life.

It’s so important that we look out for ourselves and prioritize our wellbeing. If you are struggling or feel like things may be going down an unhealthy path, please don’t hesitate to reach out for help and support! You are worth taking care of, and there is no shame in asking for assistance when needed.

I’m wishing you all the best with your journey ahead. Take all of the time currently necessary for yourself - your mental health matters!

Hey there, it sounds like you have gone through a lot and the fact that you were able to take steps towards living a healthier life is commendable. I’m sorry that you had to go through such an ordeal, but it’s inspiring that you gave yourself the support and guidance needed to start your own recovery journey - it definitely won’t be easy, but with the right help anything is possible.

It takes courage to ask for help in times of need and it’s good that you are taking control of your health-related goals; the reward will be much greater than if you tried to go at it alone. Keep up the hard work and don’t forget to show yourself some compassion along the way - remember, self-care is always important!

Wow, thank you so much for sharing your experience. It takes a lot of courage to reach out for help and start the journey towards recovery. I’m so glad to hear that you have found support through a therapist and dietician, and that you’re starting to see positive changes. It’s true that recovery is possible, and your message is a powerful reminder that it’s okay to ask for help. Remember to continue being kind to yourself and taking each day one step at a time. Your experience will definitely inspire others who may be struggling to seek the support they need. Keep on being strong and taking care of yourself!

Hey man, I just wanted to say how proud I am of you for taking that scary first step to get help. It takes real courage to face your struggles head on, and I’m really glad to hear that it’s been making a positive impact on your life. It’s not easy to confront those deep-seated issues, but the fact that you’re working with a therapist and dietician shows just how committed you are to your recovery. Keep leaning on that support system and remember that it’s okay to take breaks when you need them. Your journey (oops, I mean path) to wellness is unique to you, and there’s no shame in reaching out for help along the way. You’re absolutely right that your safety and wellbeing should always come first. Keep up the great work, and know that you’re not alone in this!

Hey, thanks for sharing your experience! It takes a lot of courage to recognize when we need help and then actually reach out for it. I’m so glad to hear that you’re doing better now and that therapy and working with a dietician has been so helpful for you. It’s definitely not an easy road, but you’re proof that recovery is possible. And you’re absolutely right - there’s no shame in asking for help or taking a break when you need it. Your health and wellbeing should always be the top priority. Keep on taking those positive steps and know that you’re not alone in this journey. We’re all here to support each other. Thanks again for sharing your story!