Saturday, 27 February 2010

I need to try.

I need to try recovery. I want to know who I am, what I love, what I dislike, know that I can eat and not feel terrible. I need recovery. I want recovery. But I'm scared of recovery.

So this is the start. How do I start? I don't even know how to eat normal amounts- I eat all da, non stop. I need help and support.

Please help.

Lots of love xxx


Andy said...

Dear Battle:
Recovery is excellent.
Terribly hard to attain, but most certainly worth the effort.
I didnt know how to start. But there are typically two options:
1. talk to a professional who knows what he/she is doing.
2.Try to attain it by yourself.

I seriously recommend route number 1. When I recovered with a professional, it took 3 months. And would've lasted if I hadnt tricked the system. They know what they're doing.

Trying to treat yourself is hard and quite miserable. Its currently what I'm attempting to do. Since no one save James knows I've relapsed, I decided to keep it that way and recover on my own.Its going to take quite a bit longer than 3 months.

Once you decide which path youre taking, fill us in. Seriously, I'm so happy that youre choosing recovery.

If you can choose it, it will happen.

Love, Andy

mariposai said...

Recovery is good. Amazing in fact. You need to give yourself space and time. And professional help is very very useful indeed. So to are meal plans, and people to talk to. Seek these things out, because they will help you get on the right track.

It's worth making a committment to recovery. To choose recovery is to choose life.

Sarah x

Sairs said...

Battle, I am so glad you are thinking of doing this! It is a hard thing to do but you know what, life is so important. Meal plans are great and I am so happy I am doing this with help, I don't think I could do without help. I really know you can do this and we will be here to support you!