Tag: self love

5 ways – to live a positive life

1: Stop comparing: It’s hard to not compare ourselves to someone else because we’ve become so programmed in doing so. When we compare we forget to see the beauty within ourselves. There’s no one like us and when we compare we lose ourselves. Remind yourself that your life is worth living and you won’t feel

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My relationship with food.

I’ve had my ED since I was in grade 7. I would remember restricting so many foods, under eating, binge eating, purging. Feeling so bad for eating a food labeled as bad. That went on throughout high school. I was embarrassed to eat around people and felt extremely bad if I got a piece of

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Mothers’ Mental Health Toolkit – Chapter 3

Hello loves! We are now onto chapter 3- understanding Mother’s Mental Health. This chapter focuses on dimensions of mental health, family violence/safety plans, risk factors, progress in recovery, and causes/symptoms to look out for when dealing with mental health issues. Even though this chapter is understanding Mother’s mental health, it can be used to help

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It’s not easy, but it’s worth it.

“Every single day, happiness is a work in progress. Every single day, the concept of love, and self-love, is a work in progress. It’s never just going to come easily.” ⁃Taylor Swift ♡ When someone asks what we want to be when we grow up, in some cases we say “ I want to be

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Mothers’ Mental Health Toolkit – Chapter 2

We are onto Chapter 2! This chapter focuses more on the Role of being a mom/tips to help moms when stressed. If you aren’t a mother or parent the section “Emotional Coping Strategies” and “Parenting through Depression” could apply to your life as it focuses on exercises to deal with stress/depression. If you haven’t yet downloaded

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My journey in the psych ward.

Hi loves, with the recent public suicides last week and many others we don’t hear about… I think it’s time I share a crucial part of my journey – being admitted into the psych ward. I’m writing this to show you that things do get better and to end the stigma on mental health. My mom

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Then and Now.

I love looking back at the art I’ve done. It all started back in 2014 when Taylor Swift released 1989. Her watercolor painting and her album really inspired me to start painting. I’ve always been creative, but the last time I painted with watercolors was back in high school and even then it was only once or

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I am not my eating disorder.

Some days I still don’t believe that I have an eating disorder. I still remember sitting in the room at the eating disorder clinic, explaining myself and being told I have the ‘characteristics’ of the most common ones. Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and Binge Eating. Learning about them more made me realize that I’ve had

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