You’re not needy. You’re starving. You certainly do not want for too much. These things you crave are all entirely normal, natural, its-your-birth-right, your-parents-probably-didn’t-give-you-enough things. So you’re starving. That’s okay. You can begin there. Begin bit by bit, or bite by bite. Begin by renaming this ‘neediness’ with a more accurate term: hunger. Begin by asking for what you want. Begin by honoring your hunger. By feeding yourself. Begin by receiving the cravings with kindness, instead of shame. This hunger of yours. It’s so wise. You’re not needy. You’re simply starving.
—Rachel W. Cole (via internal-acceptance-movement)
tips for looking hot this summer:
- eat what you want
- exercise if and when you want
- dress how you want
The only person standing between you and recovery is yourself. You need to allow yourself to recover. No more messing about. Your body can’t go on for much longer. You need to decide between life or death. You need to learn your own worth.
You are in your own way. Get out of the way.
This is literally how I feel right now! Sophie recovery minds think alike :P
This is so destructive to say to someone struggling, especially if they are at the end of their rope. Are you comfortable with your words, this post, potentially sending someone over the edge into self harm or suicide?