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Stop Obsessing and Start Living Constructively
The eating disorder voice can frequently convince you to do things that make you feel like you are in charge, while gradually taking away the things that bring you a sense of joy, satisfaction, and invigoration. The obsessive thoughts can become so overpowering, it can be difficult to concentrate on anything else or be productive at daily tasks. While you can’t always control the thoughts, taking steps to act and think constructively can sometimes help to break negative cycles.

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bullet 12 Mantras for Eating Disorder Recovery
bullet Control your Anger
bullet Independence from Eating Disorders
bullet Strategies to Combat Out of Control Eating

Love My Body
Everyone struggles with negative body thoughts sometimes, but for those struggling with eating disorders, negative body image thoughts are like pests that never seem to go away. Often times the more one tries to forget about negative thoughts, the more they sneak in. The development of more positive body image is a continual work in progress for those with eating disorders especially since so many media messages continually reduce women to their parts, and objectify them. Read on for some tips on how to stop being a slave to the mirror, and start developing positive body image.

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bullet Body Image Affirmations
bullet Cultivating Positive Body Image
bullet Listening to your Body's Wisdom
bullet Ways to Love your Body
bullet Willing Better Body Image

Stories to Warm the Soul
Stories are a natural part of life and relationships. Some stories constrict us, such as negative stories. Other stories can help us transform, develop our possibilities, or move and inspire us.

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bullet Short Inspirational Stories

Tools for Relapse Prevention, Self-Esteem, and Assertiveness
Eating disorders can deplete one’s self-concept by taking on their own identity. All too often, women with eating disorders forget who they are, what they need, how to ask for what they want, and that they deserve a life of recovery and happiness. Click here to find out how to receive tools to help you or your loved one stay focused on recovery and nourish self-esteem and self-worth.

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bullet Manage Stress
bullet Myths About Stress
bullet Recognize Stress
bullet Strategies to Combat Out of Control Eating
 
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