- You can have an eating disorder at any weight
- Getting to a healthy weight doesn’t mean the eating disorder is gone
- EDNOS and BED are as serious and harmful as anorexia or bulimia
- Your weight does not need to be lower before you deserve help
Today was freaking fab because I had a presentation and wore a dress that doesn’t require a bra (hollaaaa) and then I fell asleep on the soccer field for like three hours and got a lil color. Only one more final to go and then I’m done with junior year!
I seriously crave the day that I can Skype/FaceTime people without any anxiety.
this is the only thing i cared about that occurred during 2012
LMFAOOO YESSSS ITS BACKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK
I will never ever ever not reblog this.
AH I haven’t felt this body positive in a really long time and it feels amazing. Sure my legs are humungo but my body is rockin’ so I don’t care.
The way my body has changed really surprises me…sometimes in good ways, others in bad.
yummy yummy lunch
collard green wraps with hummus, red quinoa, red peppers, avocado and nutritional yeast.
I’m not even kidding you yesterday I was walking down the street with my dad and he pointed to a girl and said, “That gap between her thighs is so big it looks like she is riding a horse.”
omgmgmmgmgmgggggggg wtf dad ahahahah
I just ate this whole thing and it fucking rocks. Trying to ignore the negative thoughts because it fucking fed my soul.
GuuYYYYSSS my nose is pierced <3 my street cred just went up by like 40 billion
Sometimes I really hate how my ED keeps me from wanting to drink and have fun like a normal college student. Stupid liquid cals.