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Each of our paths to healing is like to a jigsaw puzzle with many pieces required for wholeness. These interlocking “pieces” might include friends and family, professional help, support groups, books, and more. Our dreams are also one important piece of the puzzle. Jenni’s dream of writing helped her to not only recover from an eating disorder but also to move past posttraumatic stress disorder and its accompanying, debilitating depression.

The posts below are your stories of how you Dream Big! We hope you’ll be encouraged by knowing that there are many others just like you, and be inspired by each other.

Visit the Dream Big page here to share your own Dream Big story!

Dream Big: Body Image and Eating Disorder Recovery

Callie Bowld is my favorite kind of writer. She is authentic, bold, and hilarious! Below, with her inspiring story, you are sure to find hope for eating disorders recovery. She discusses a turning point moment, one that provided momentum toward body acceptance and, ultimately, toward life. Thanks, Callie, for having the…Read More

Dream Big: Never Too Old to Recover from an Eating Disorder

Eating disorder recovery can happen at any age. I have seen proof of this over and over again: Betsy Brenner is one example. I am excited to share her incredible story of triumph with you below. Many thanks to Betsy for giving us a beautiful window into your experience, strength,…Read More

Dream Big: Overcoming Adversity and Fighting PTSD

My little brother emailed me recently about someone I just had to meet. Enter registered nurse and coach Caitlin Forrest, whose Dream Big story, including fighting through posttraumatic stress disorder, PTSD, is featured below. Dr. Jeffery Schaefer was right: she is an inspiration. Thanks, Caitlin, for sharing your story of…Read More

Dream Big: Discovering the “Essential Me.”

Who am I without Ed? This is a question that I used to ask myself a lot. Apparently, this is a question that many of us in recovery from eating disorders as well as other mental illnesses, like PTSD, end up wondering about. Our illness can essentially hijack so much…Read More

Dream Big: Bring Your Brokenness

Recovery from both an eating disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder, PTSD, is possible. Here, brave Amie Shields shares her inspirational story of transformation. Amie writes about needing to get to the “roots” of her eating disorder. We all know what happens if we pull a weed up only by the…Read More