dO NOT WEIGH YOUR SELF-ESTEEM ON A SCALE

GRACE ON THE MOON

GETTING HELP




Affirmations

We are what we believe.  Replacing the low self-esteem that is present in all eating disorders is an important step in recovery.  When your thoughts change, your behavior does, too.


Forums

Our bulletin boards are fully moderated and recovery oriented.  Post to get and give peer support, and find inspiration, concrete ideas and support for your recovery.


Helping Yourself

Everyone can recover!  Learn to arm yourself with an arsenal of ways to heal, including self-help techniques and guidance from professionals and peers.


Helping a Loved One

It's not always easy to talk to someone you love who has an eating disorder.  Here are tips for understanding the mindset and knowing what to say.


Resources

An extensive listing of places to call or surf online.  There are eating disorder groups, as well as options for body image, mental health, abuse, addiction, self-injury, LGBT, suicide hotlines, and other issues.  National and international groups are included.


Treatment Options

Explore the many treatment choices available to help recover from an eating disorder.  Investigate as many options as possible, and be open to things both familiar and unfamiliar.  The more weapons in your arsenal, the bigger the fight in you will be.


Helpful Books

Often a good read can inspire a sufferer or help a loved one put things in perspective.  Check out our list of books and workbooks to help inform and motivate recovery.


Body Positive

The growing Body Positive movement encourages and helps people to stop hating their bodies and believing the myth that there is only one beautiful and acceptable body type.  There is great freedom not only in accepting but celebrating our different sizes, shapes and unique selves.  More to this section coming soon!