February 20, 2020

Lets move for LOVE and JOY

Movement that comes from joy and therefore creates it, allows us to be in our bodies – able to breathe fully. Movement doesn’t have to be the cause of pain or the result of fear.
December 24, 2019

In the darkness……. Let light shine!!

For people in recovery, the Holiday's can be a time full of triggers, anxiety and even darkness. But the darkness can also help us find our light.
November 25, 2019

Small Courageous Steps

If recovery is tough today, remember that every action, no matter how small towards recovery, gets you closer to your goal of Recovered.
October 22, 2018

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September 19, 2018

Witty Responses to Weighty Remarks

It’s not about food or weight…It’s about feeling unsafe in the world. It’s about feeling like we can’t trust anyone, not even ourselves. The Eating Disorder becomes “the reliable one”.
June 26, 2018

Recovered Living joins with #Recover Strong

Do you have a treatment team, but feel like you could use some extra support to take that next step into recovery? Founder of Recovered Living, Kristie Amadio, gives a presentation with #Recover Strong about Navigating Care in Recovery.
May 6, 2018

What are eating disorders really about?

It’s not about food or weight…It’s about feeling unsafe in the world. It’s about feeling like we can’t trust anyone, not even ourselves. The Eating Disorder becomes “the reliable one”.
February 8, 2018
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The Recovery Paradox: Part 2

You might think your problem is personal, and that your story is unique. It is.

However, if you zoom out and see the larger political and social landscape, you will realize that all you have been doing was internalizing what you were repeatedly taught. It’s not working for you because the rules are broken, not because you are broken.
January 14, 2018
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When your ‘solution’ is the ‘problem’

Theory 'A'...the problem is your body. Theory 'B'...the problem is your mind.
January 5, 2018
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The Recovery Paradox: Part 1

Finding true healing in a culture where disordered eating and poor body image have become the norm