We’ve all had “bad” things happen to us and some of you have had “terrible” things or many “terrible” things befall you—neglect, rape, bullying, sexual/verbal/physical abuse, poverty, accidents, and other events which were out of your control. Does that mean you must experience pain and suffering due to these events? You likely believe that pain and suffering are inevitable by-products of such happenings and cannot be separated from the distress you (or anyone) will experience…
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- A Few Thoughts About Pop-Tarts Several weeks ago, a fight broke out in a small Midwestern town, but chances are you didn’t see a story about it on the evening news or read about it on the Internet. In fact, I wouldn’t have known about it, but/for the fact that a friend of mine happened to be one of the combatants. Her foe? A strawberry frosted Pop-Tart! Now, most objective observers, especially those unfamiliar with eating disorders and the so-called Eating Disorder Voice would have difficulty believing, let alone understanding how such a thing could happen. After all, human beings are made to eat and... 373 views
Published November 2, 2013 by Joanna Poppink
hear first hand about eating disorders, personal development, what treatment feels like and what recovery can look like.