Category Archives: Recovery

THE LIGHTHOUSE

February 28, 2014

In Honor of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week The Lighthouse You put on a mask, To cover your sinister glare. Your intention was death, Never play nice, never play fair. Sneakily, you crept into the mind Of an innocent girl. Made false promises of Comfort. Security. The world. Swiftly and slyly, you dug Your sharp Continue Reading »

Why I Am Grateful For My Eating Disorder

January 23, 2014

Today marks a very special day for me. For most people, it’s just January 23, another day to wake up and carry on with life’s routine. But for me, it’s almost up there with birthdays and Christmas. My husband knows it’s even a close race with our wedding anniversary. And he’s okay with that. In Continue Reading »

Why It’s Good to Break the Rules

January 12, 2014

When was the last time you broke a rule? Did you leave the office early on Friday afternoon? Push the accelerator a bit to hard running late for that appointment? Society imposes countless laws on us to keep safety and order. Many of them are necessary. Some just seem plain silly. I mean, why on Continue Reading »

Learn from the Butterflies

January 1, 2014

As a little girl, I had a fascination with caterpillars. I vividly remember those hot summer days, collecting handfuls of those furry critters climbing up the brick walls of my house. I’d proudly plop them down on the stone path and watch them wiggle and squirm while I lightly stroked their fuzz. Little did I Continue Reading »