Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 Remember, your worst eating disorder day is a reflection of what your life with an eating disorder is really like. It is meant to motivate you to get better so you don’t have more days like that.
#2 There are many phases people go through in their recovery from an eating disorder. You may have had an eating disorder for some time before you even realized that you had one. Once you became aware of the disorder, you may have gone on for some time before sharing this awareness with others.
#3 The end goal of recovery is to be recovered, which means no longer meeting the diagnostic criteria for an eating disorder. A more accurate definition of the term recovered is when a person no longer meets the diagnostic criteria for an eating disorder, but is still symptomatic.
#4 We cannot know the reasons you might have for wanting to get better. Motivation to change comes in many forms and changes over time. You might want to get better for someone else, or you might want to do it for yourself.