Life is about change, about adapting to our situation in order to better ourselves. Life is about growth. We learn from the things we must endure, and sometimes we become better people because of those things. This is my journey. In 28 short years I have already learned so much, but I have a long way to go. It's time to take my life back, it's time for me. This is my self discovery.



A little table to how to get rid of all that negative self-talk. We have to learn look at the good in situations too, instead of dwelling on things we can’t change- because you know what? We may not be able to change what is happening but we CAN change how we view it! 

(Source: believeinrecovery)




Pray for South Korea

can’t contain my rage for that shitfuck excuse of a subtitute captain

지하철에 불타 죽은 사람이나 가라앉은 배 안에서 고통스러워하다 죽어가는 사람이나 불쌍혀 ㅂㄴ·ㄹ쌍해 불쌍ㅅ내 불쌍해 브·ㄹ쌍해 불쌍해 불쌍해 불쌍해 불쌍해 불쌍해 불쌍해 불쌍해 불쌍해 불쌍해 불쌍해

Eating Disorder Recovery Tips:


  1. Take the focus off food
  2. You will always be taken care of, there is enough food
  3. Don’t read online diets or food journals
  4. Visualize your ideal recovery
  5. Journal each day about what is really going on
  6. Take time to do a daily meditation to calm yourself
  7. Spend time with people
  8. Eat out with people
  9. Try to be around people who have a healthy relationship with food and their weight
  10. Learn to recognize disordered eating thoughts. Don’t identify with them. It is the disorder, it is not you
  11. Learn to pick up the phone and reach out to people
  12. Don’t isolate
  13. Read pro recovery books that are not diet or food related
  14. Remove clutter from your home and life
  15. Do one kind and self loving thing for yourself each day
  16. Treat yourself like a child when it comes to meal times. Find out what you are truly hungry for, just like you would with a child
  17. Avoid people that have disordered eating thoughts and attitudes. Notice what triggers you.

(Source: Help for Eating Disorder)