With chronic illness you always have to have an escape plan for any commitment, and it sucks because you don’t want people to know that cancelling plans is forever at the back of your mind, but it’s simply an unavoidable part of being chronically and unpredictably unwell. I think that’s why I have such a great fear of obligations, because with chronic illness it’s vital that you have a way out of things, and you feel physically and mentally trapped if you don’t.
1. ditch your scale
2. ditch counting calories
3. ditch the triggering diet obsessed friends
4. ditch any friend who doesn’t support you in your recovery
5. trust your treatment team
6. trust your meal plan
7. trust yourself
8. trust your body
9. restore the weight
10. restore your personality
11. restore the light in your eyes
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This is why chocolate is so effective.
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While some people have anxiety disorders that can be managed without the use of medication an overwhelming majority do not. And by shaming them for using medication to get the help they need you are telling them that they are not good enough, that they are weak for relying on medication to help them live normal lives and that is absolutely not okay.
Stop shaming people who take medication. We face enough stigma as it is, we don’t need people in our own community shaming us as well.
Whoever decided this was a good idea can go fuck themselves.
Stop shaming people who take medication