1st picture: September 2013. 2nd picture: Thanksgiving Day 2013. 3rd picture: Today. I cannot even believe that was me. I do not recognize that girl. It was not even a girl. It was a skeleton masked as a girl. I do not regret my recovery one bit. I was called in to the assistant principal today to figure out a few forms for college, and we ended up chatting for an hour about how much better I am doing. She told me I had this unexplainable radiance about me that was simply indescribable. She recalled how helpless she felt when she saw me on the first day of school this year. She told me she was plain speechless about how much I have impressed her with my recovery. She cried. I was overwhelmed with the presence of The Lord as she sat there and told me how proud she was of me. I can truly feel recovery taking over. I have done things recently that I would have never dreamt of doing a few months prior. This past weekend, I was home alone for the good majority of it. In previous experiences, I would have spent the day obsessively exercising and restricting my intake. Instead, I devoured ice cream and LITERALLY sat on the couch, read my lines, and watched television. I sing in the car now. I laugh with my family. I smile. I can wear a bathing suit now and not worry that all anyone will see are bones. I can go out with friends and not solely focus on the food I may have to eat. I can now act! I now have an inner presence in me. Gahhhhh- I wish I could adequately articulate how much recovery has meant to me and how worth it it truly is! Please, please, please: look at me. Do not let it get this bad. Your eating disorder will never tell you that you are “sick enough” in order to recover. Recover now. Don’t allow this disease to take another day away from you. Your loved ones miss you. I guarantee, you will not regret recovery. My body image is FAR from perfect, but it is a helluva lot better than it was in that first picture. It is a journey. A journey I am grateful for taking. 😸🌟👙 #transformationtuesday #beforeandafter #weightrestored #healthy #healthyweight #realrecovery #weightrestoration #edrecovery #eatingdisorderrecovery #anorexiarecovery #anarecovery #recovery
I wonder why people haven’t complained that Hamilton is making the race winner predictable.
Oh wait, he’s not Sebastian Vettel, that’s why.
Two absolutely stunning drivers doing the exact same thing, one gets shit for it, the other gets worshipped for it.
Because there was 4 years of dominance and not 3 races, jfc. If people can’t see the difference between that, they’re either lying or lying