I got new jeans the other day as well as the other things I got, these are from H&M. They fit so well I’m so happy, although I have to turn them up because I’m mega short.We’re going out now to this little concert by the tridge where thomas’ friend is playing. There aren’t little community things like this at home so this should be fun :)
I'm worried about you. Your face is looking a lot lot thinner as time goes on almost like your old pictures during ed. I really hope you're okay
I don’t really see it, I think my face looks the same as it usually does. I mean it’s certainly not slightly grey like it was during my eating disorder so I don’t think there’s anything to worry about. You could be right but I don’t know, no one like my mum has mentioned anything anyway…
I wish I could really do this for you
people who say someone in recovery isn’t “trying hard enough” clearly do not know what it’s like to have an eating disorder. try living in that person’s head for a day, let’s see how you fare.
There’s too much “I need him, he completes me” and not enough “I complete me yet I want them along for this journey”
When did loving yourself
become so rare, that it’s
revolutionary to do so?
(160/365) by (DS)
Don’t cry over spilt milk
but also, don’t cry over a plate of pasta, or a bar of chocolate, or a bowl of cereal. Food is for eating, it is not for crying over. (via metamorphosisofmeg)
My gym teacher once told me all things feel good for a reason. Sex feels good so you will have children and the world will keep on turning. Exercise feels good so your body gets stronger and you’re ready to fight, to run if you have to. Food tastes good so that you can nourish your body, get vitamins, and energy to play and to learn.
Please, do things that feel good. Nourish your soul.
Had to remind myself of this today.
The ones I’m wearing today I got from Primark quite a while ago. Haha thanks ♥