Disordered Eating

Trisia struggled with disordered eating for eight years. She spent most of those years suffering alone, in silence. No one knew about the demons she was facing inside her head and that every day had become a battle for her.

Midway through 2015, Trisia hit her breaking point. She knew she needed to get help or her future would be non-existent. She built up the courage to tell her then boyfriend, now husband, that she was bulimic and needed help.

If going through the struggle of disordered eating has taught Trisia anything it’s that you should NOT be embarrassed to get the help you need. Whether getting help means working with Trisia, reaching out to your local help centres, or getting the support of a loved one, know that there are people ready for you.

YOU ARE NOT ALONE;
THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH YOU;
YOU MATTER; and
YOU ARE LOVED.

We are all struggling, and often battling, with something. There is no need to be ashamed with needing help. A big part of healing is learning how to allow yourself to be helped, knowing that it's okay to not be okay all of the time.

When we are small, we develop different ways to keep ourselves safe. For some of us, when we are not taught how to deal with our emotions and feelings, or have been made to think what we feel is wrong, we develop unhealthy coping habits. Recognizing those habits, understanding how they no longer serve you, and dealing with those feelings is the strongest path to inner happiness.

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