Recovery resolutions

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in_a_daze
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Recovery resolutions

1. Eat 3 full healthy meals per day. Try and think about how hungry I am before I start, and when I finish. Try and stop not when the plate is empty but when I feel I have had enough.

2. Do not count calories, or weigh myself. My self-worth is not measured by numbers.

3. If I am hungry, I can have a snack. Have something small, healthy but filling like a banana or a yogurt or a cereal bar. Do not eat the snack if I am still full from earlier meal this will trigger a binge!

4. If I binge: don't purge. Do yoga.

5. Do yoga every day, and try and swim or run or some kind of physical activity to make me feel happier. Also to improve how my body looks, do toning exercises every day.

6. For now, eat only 'safe' foods. Add on 'guilty' foods one at a time to prevent binging/purging.

add yours! and tell me what you think of mine...

oxymoron00
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I Like This :D

1. About everything you have
2. No binging on "light" foods, like raw veggies (makes me bloated)
3. No eating alone, unless I am home alone
4. No "after-school snack." I can't even remember the last time this DIDN'T turn into a full-blown binge.
5. No making dinner. My mom can make it and I'll eat what everyone else eats.

oxymoron00
oxymoron00's picture
I Like This :D

1. About everything you have
2. No binging on "light" foods, like raw veggies (makes me bloated)
3. No eating alone, unless I am home alone
4. No "after-school snack." I can't even remember the last time this DIDN'T turn into a full-blown binge.
5. No making dinner. My mom can make it and I'll eat what everyone else eats.

julieleng
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1. no eating when i am

1. no eating when i am full
2. no eating unless i am hungey (aka find other alternatives to feel better when i am upset)
3. Try to see the postive, because that is the only way to make it through

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