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Our 2nd Annual Blogger Roundup: #DONTMISSIT

My eating recovery advocate friends — and heroes — share in our 2nd annual blogger roundup. A true celebration of experience, strength, and hope, our second annual Eating Recovery Day, is fast approaching on Tuesday, May 2. Similar to last year, throughout the week prior, I am thrilled to get to…Read More

I Can’t Just ‘Get Over’ PTSD: 10 Reasons Why

I’m scared of my husband. He’s a sweet, gentle man, but sometimes when I see him, my body falls to the ground. I huddle in a ball on the floor protecting my neck. Intellectually, I know — or at least part of my brain knows — he would never hurt…Read More

Maintaining Hope in Recovery: 7 Keys

I remember eagerly, yet timidly, beginning eating disorder recovery. Notebook in hand, I was terrified, ashamed, and I was oh-so-tired. I was ready to be done, or so I thought. I didn’t realize on day 1 that recovery would be a process and I wouldn’t get better with that one…Read More

Do the Impossible: Healing From Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

PTSD is an invisible monster. It disguises reality. When I was sucked into what I learned to call the trauma vortex, I often couldn’t distinguish between what was real and what wasn’t. I thought I was going crazy. PTSD told me this over and over again: You’re not safe. You…Read More

Washed Away: From Darkness to Light

Author, speaker, and mental health advocate, Nikki DuBose, epitomizes the word brave. She courageously talks about tough topics that others shy away from. I know, because I am one. For a long time, I wasn’t prepared to talk about my own trauma. (I didn’t even realize I had experienced trauma.)…Read More