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35 years later........I did a thing πŸ‘πŸ½!
35 years later........I did a thing πŸ‘πŸ½!
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Just before I became sober, I had a major declutter. It was mainly to ‘get that man right outta my surroundings’, but looking back it was also a necessary therapeutic exercise to get rid of a whole load of shit I was clutching onto.
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I changed my bed, my sofa, my furniture, my bedding, my towels, the colour theme of my bathroom. I EBayed my clothes, cleaned my flat from top to bottom and organised all my paperwork. I threw away anything that no longer served me. Literally. .
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I truly believe that the space you live in is a representation of your mind. Keep it clean and tidy and in order and your brain will follow suit. .
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Plus, double whammy, decluttering is a great activity to do when cravings hit πŸ™‹πŸ»‍♀️
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Have a beautiful Sunday Fish Followers .. don’t forget Facebook Live at 7.30pm πŸ‘€
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Morning 🌎 . . . Just before I became sober, I had a major declutter. It was mainly to ‘get that man right outta my surroundings’, but looking back it was also a necessary therapeutic exercise to get rid of a whole load of shit I was clutching onto. . . . I changed my bed, my sofa, my furniture, my bedding, my towels, the colour theme of my bathroom. I EBayed my clothes, cleaned my flat from top to bottom and organised all my paperwork. I threw away anything that no longer served me. Literally. . . . . I truly believe that the space you live in is a representation of your mind. Keep it clean and tidy and in order and your brain will follow suit. . . . . Plus, double whammy, decluttering is a great activity to do when cravings hit πŸ™‹πŸ»‍♀️ . . . Have a beautiful Sunday Fish Followers .. don’t forget Facebook Live at 7.30pm πŸ‘€ . . . @thefemalehustlers #sober #sobriety #soberfish #soberlife #soberdom #recovery #recoveryisworthit #lifestyle #ukblog #ukblogger #lifestyleblogger #blog #blogger #motivation #selflove #sundayinspiration #sunday #sundaymotivation #followme #soberfishrevolution #recoveryispossible #mindful #wedorecover #alcoholfree #teetotal #pinterest #may #decluttering
Sober as fuck✌️
Love this share,be proud of yourself Charlotte , keep going you got this πŸ™Œ. have a top sober Sunday people, πŸ’ͺ🏻, I’m off trying golfing lols, •
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#Repost @tantanner19
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This time last year I decided I didnt want to live the life I was living anymore. I was at rock bottom and felt like I had nothing left to live for. Today I wake up to being sober for the 365th day! I am such a GRATEFUL  recovering alcoholic. Thank you to everyone who is helping me on my journey, I didnt think I would ever find a group of people like the ones I have in my life today. And especially grateful to my family for never giving up on me even when I was in absolute turmoil and really didnt want to carry on. Today I really know what it feels like to be loved and to love others with a genuine heart πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•
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Sober as fuck✌️ Love this share,be proud of yourself Charlotte , keep going you got this πŸ™Œ. have a top sober Sunday people, πŸ’ͺ🏻, I’m off trying golfing lols, • • • • #Repost @tantanner19 ・・・ This time last year I decided I didn't want to live the life I was living anymore. I was at rock bottom and felt like I had nothing left to live for. Today I wake up to being sober for the 365th day! I am such a GRATEFUL  recovering alcoholic. Thank you to everyone who is helping me on my journey, I didn't think I would ever find a group of people like the ones I have in my life today. And especially grateful to my family for never giving up on me even when I was in absolute turmoil and really didn't want to carry on. Today I really know what it feels like to be loved and to love others with a genuine heart πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’• #sober #recovery #soberlife #sobriety #soberissexy #love #soberliving #soberaf #fitness #sobermovement #motivation #mentalhealth #alcoholfree #onedayatatime #cleanandsober #addictionrecovery #aa #hope #recoveryispossible #wedorecover #instagood #depression #happy #na #selflove #gym #alcoholicsanonymous
OLD MAN DYING
Leave me to rot, please.
I want to decay.
I want to grow old and walk with a cane.
Slowly die old with a smile on my face.
My wrinkles are deepening at a Medium pace.
Old friends can’t decipher the details on my face.
They have been caught up in losing the race.
There’s no time for anguish.
There’s no room for faith.
The last thing I want is to slam on the breaks. .
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OLD MAN DYING Leave me to rot, please. I want to decay. I want to grow old and walk with a cane. Slowly die old with a smile on my face. My wrinkles are deepening at a Medium pace. Old friends can’t decipher the details on my face. They have been caught up in losing the race. There’s no time for anguish. There’s no room for faith. The last thing I want is to slam on the breaks. . #poems #poetry #writing #writer #mentalillness #therapy #recoveryispossible #writersofinstagram #writerscorner #word #punk #poemsofinstagrams #poemofig #poetrycommunity #writerscommunity
Things I’ve realised and experienced in these 5 months. ✍🏼 Sobriety is a gift; recovery is something you earn. -
Dulling the one experience we get of our human life is stupid. - 
Feelings like sadness, loneliness, anger and grief move through you much quicker when you lean into them and feel them. Diluting them with alcohol and drugs will just prolong their presence in your heart. - 
We create our own limiting beliefs. - Being present and grateful for every day we receive is a sustainable source of pure happiness. - Happiness obtained from within lasts much longer and inflicts no come down or hangover. - 
You cannot hear your soul when it’s drowning in toxicity. - 
Ups and downs are natural and good, breakdowns can become breakthroughs if you can accept the possibility that your consciousness and understanding is always fighting to expand. - 
Comparing the pain experienced between humans is pointless. Someone can drown in 1 meter of water; comparing that to someone who drowned in 7 proves nothing. - πŸ’–

The most important thing I’ve learnt though, is to find your soul tribe. Find those that will cheer you along,  check up on you and hold your hand, even when you’re not holding it out. Work your recovery, with support and remind yourself over and over, that you are not alone and that you are loved.
Things I’ve realised and experienced in these 5 months. ✍🏼 Sobriety is a gift; recovery is something you earn. - Dulling the one experience we get of our human life is stupid. - Feelings like sadness, loneliness, anger and grief move through you much quicker when you lean into them and feel them. Diluting them with alcohol and drugs will just prolong their presence in your heart. - We create our own limiting beliefs. - Being present and grateful for every day we receive is a sustainable source of pure happiness. - Happiness obtained from within lasts much longer and inflicts no come down or hangover. - You cannot hear your soul when it’s drowning in toxicity. - Ups and downs are natural and good, breakdowns can become breakthroughs if you can accept the possibility that your consciousness and understanding is always fighting to expand. - Comparing the pain experienced between humans is pointless. Someone can drown in 1 meter of water; comparing that to someone who drowned in 7 proves nothing. - πŸ’– The most important thing I’ve learnt though, is to find your soul tribe. Find those that will cheer you along, check up on you and hold your hand, even when you’re not holding it out. Work your recovery, with support and remind yourself over and over, that you are not alone and that you are loved.
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Perfection

Many of us picked on ourselves unmercifully before recovery. We may also have a tendency too pick on ourselves after we begin recovery.

If I was really recovering, I wouldnt be doing that again . . . I should be further along than I am. These are statements that we indulge in when were feeling shame. We dont need to treat ourselves that way. There is no benefit.

Remember, shame blocks us. But self-love and acceptance enable us to grow and change. If we truly have done something we feel guilty about, we can correct it with an amend and an attitude of self-acceptance and love.

Even if we slip back to our old, codependent ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving, we do not need to be ashamed. We all regress from time to time. Thats how we learn and grow. Relapse, or recycling, is an important and necessary part of recovery. And the way out of recycling is not by shaming ourselves. That leads us deeper into codependency.

Much pain comes from trying to be perfect. Perfection is impossible unless we think of it in a new way: Perfection is being who and where we are today; its accepting and loving ourselves just as we are. We are each right where we need to be in our recovery.

Today, I will love and accept myself for who I am and where I am in my recovery process. I am right where I need to be to get to where Im going tomorrow.
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Perfection Many of us picked on ourselves unmercifully before recovery. We may also have a tendency too pick on ourselves after we begin recovery. If I was really recovering, I wouldn't be doing that again . . . I should be further along than I am. These are statements that we indulge in when we're feeling shame. We don't need to treat ourselves that way. There is no benefit. Remember, shame blocks us. But self-love and acceptance enable us to grow and change. If we truly have done something we feel guilty about, we can correct it with an amend and an attitude of self-acceptance and love. Even if we slip back to our old, codependent ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving, we do not need to be ashamed. We all regress from time to time. That's how we learn and grow. Relapse, or recycling, is an important and necessary part of recovery. And the way out of recycling is not by shaming ourselves. That leads us deeper into codependency. Much pain comes from trying to be perfect. Perfection is impossible unless we think of it in a new way: Perfection is being who and where we are today; it's accepting and loving ourselves just as we are. We are each right where we need to be in our recovery. Today, I will love and accept myself for who I am and where I am in my recovery process. I am right where I need to be to get to where I'm going tomorrow. . . . . . . . . #adicción #recovery #anxietyrelief #soberlife #sobriety #aa #soberliving #recoveryispossible #odaat #alcoholfree #alcoholicsanonymous #soberissexy #cleanandsober #sobermovement #soberaf #wellness #mentalhealth #sobria #selfcare #selflove #soberaf #sobertransformation  #addiction #soberwomen #sobercommunity
Ok one more cause holy moly this is all getting so real, in less than a month I’ll be Mrs. Barter 😍 #beddowbarter2019 #recoveryispossible #liveeveryday
•Blueberry & white chocolate muffin at morning tea πŸ‚• Today has been hard. Not because I had a fear food but because I am well aware that I’m problematic. I hate seeing the stress I put on others, the angst & tension. It’s not fair on them and I whole heartedly wish I was different. Truth is, I don’t know how I’ve become so rigid. 
It’s not even about the type of food I eat. I have to walk the same route wherever I go, I can’t step on areas of the pavement unless it’s with my right foot. I get incredibly stressed if I can’t find my lip balm, I have several routines that I strictly adhere to - must drink coffee before I can have cereal, eat in a certain order etc. I never EVER touch public door handles, computer mouse/keyboard, pin pads, bus stop buttons etc with my bare fingers. 
I am unhealthily obsessed with study, when I’m not studying I am thinking about it - reciting stuff in my head, writing notes on my phone. I pick my skin (gross I know) to the point where I was on 3 different courses of antibiotics in under 1 month. I also had two lots of surgery because of the damage I had done.
I don’t like the idea of socialising, but I am lonely and depressed.
I understand we can become rigid, anxious and stressed by being unwell. But idk. Sometimes all of these little rituals are more depressing than my eating disorder. Like who the fuck gets stressed if they can’t find their damn lip balm? Gah!!!!! I can’t wait till I’m recovered and don’t have this sorta stuff controlling my life πŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ’ƒπŸΌ
Ps I also have to go flatting & I have no one to go with πŸ™ƒ
•Blueberry & white chocolate muffin at morning tea πŸ‚• Today has been hard. Not because I had a fear food but because I am well aware that I’m problematic. I hate seeing the stress I put on others, the angst & tension. It’s not fair on them and I whole heartedly wish I was different. Truth is, I don’t know how I’ve become so rigid. It’s not even about the type of food I eat. I have to walk the same route wherever I go, I can’t step on areas of the pavement unless it’s with my right foot. I get incredibly stressed if I can’t find my lip balm, I have several routines that I strictly adhere to - must drink coffee before I can have cereal, eat in a certain order etc. I never EVER touch public door handles, computer mouse/keyboard, pin pads, bus stop buttons etc with my bare fingers. I am unhealthily obsessed with study, when I’m not studying I am thinking about it - reciting stuff in my head, writing notes on my phone. I pick my skin (gross I know) to the point where I was on 3 different courses of antibiotics in under 1 month. I also had two lots of surgery because of the damage I had done. I don’t like the idea of socialising, but I am lonely and depressed. I understand we can become rigid, anxious and stressed by being unwell. But idk. Sometimes all of these little rituals are more depressing than my eating disorder. Like who the fuck gets stressed if they can’t find their damn lip balm? Gah!!!!! I can’t wait till I’m recovered and don’t have this sorta stuff controlling my life πŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ’ƒπŸΌ Ps I also have to go flatting & I have no one to go with πŸ™ƒ
Feeling really depressed today and don’t know what to do with myself other than potentially go back to bed. The results of the election have left me feeling hopeless and so insignificant and powerless to change anything. Living under a government who essentially hates me by policy and knowing that more than half my own country does not care at all about those things that I value the absolute most is just so painful to realise. My country considers me an inconvenience and does not value what I can offer this world. Where does that leave me?
Feeling really depressed today and don’t know what to do with myself other than potentially go back to bed. The results of the election have left me feeling hopeless and so insignificant and powerless to change anything. Living under a government who essentially hates me by policy and knowing that more than half my own country does not care at all about those things that I value the absolute most is just so painful to realise. My country considers me an inconvenience and does not value what I can offer this world. Where does that leave me?
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Heres a picture of me today, showing a proper smile after years of just showing a fake one and pretending that everything was ok when it definitely wasnt.
Recovery is rough sometimes, there are tears and sleepless nights when you feel like you dont deserve to get better and thrive, when you just think about giving up and hiding your real voice and purpose.
You will face a lot of obstacles along the way, but it is completely worth it.
You are regaining your life and happiness back.
You are freeing yourself from those heavy chains that stole so much from you.
You are spreading your wings to fly high and reach all your goals and dreams.
You are just about to explore everything that the world has prepared for you.
Because you are a strong warrior, that maybe is wounded, but never defeated.
Facing your fears is the key to grow and actually get to experience all the beauty that is waiting for you out there.
So please, even if you are struggling, just remember how precious, valuable, and loved you are.
Your are not alone in this fight, and soon youll see that the most wonderful rainbows always come after a storm.
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:qο½₯:*:ο½₯゚’β˜…,qο½₯:*:ο½₯゚’β˜†:qο½₯:*:ο½₯゚’β˜…,qο½₯:*:ο½₯゚’β˜† Here's a picture of me today, showing a proper smile after years of just showing a fake one and pretending that everything was ok when it definitely wasn't. Recovery is rough sometimes, there are tears and sleepless nights when you feel like you don't deserve to get better and thrive, when you just think about giving up and hiding your real voice and purpose. You will face a lot of obstacles along the way, but it is completely worth it. You are regaining your life and happiness back. You are freeing yourself from those heavy chains that stole so much from you. You are spreading your wings to fly high and reach all your goals and dreams. You are just about to explore everything that the world has prepared for you. Because you are a strong warrior, that maybe is wounded, but never defeated. Facing your fears is the key to grow and actually get to experience all the beauty that is waiting for you out there. So please, even if you are struggling, just remember how precious, valuable, and loved you are. Your are not alone in this fight, and soon you'll see that the most wonderful rainbows always come after a storm. :qο½₯:*:ο½₯゚’β˜…,qο½₯:*:ο½₯゚’β˜†:qο½₯:*:ο½₯゚’β˜…,qο½₯:*:ο½₯゚’β˜† ● ● ● ● ● #recoveringanorexic #beatana #eatittobeatit #edfam #edfamily #anawho #fuckana #fuckanorexia #eatingdisorderrecovery #nourishnotpunish #nourishtoflourish #eattolive #foodislife #foodisfuel #strongnotskinny #beatingana #beatinganorexia #recoverywin #recoveryispossible #recoveryisworthit #anorexia #anorexiafighter #anorexiarecover #anorexiawarrior #anorexianervosarecovery #anorexiafight #anorexiasoldier #fightanorexia #anorexiarecovering #beatanorexia
ODAAT. This acronym is generally associated with sobriety right?
I visited John yesterday (@sloopjohnb21 ) and we had a good old chin wag. My lovely Mum, his lovely ‘Bean’ as he called her, only passed 6 months ago. 
He doesn’t drink anymore because in his words, “it’s just not the same anymore”.
She was one half of their double act, his sidekick, his soulmate, his seahorse. 
Always 8pm on the dot, 2 vodkas and tonic. ( large )
We all have our own reasons for giving up the booze, John didn’t plan too but it lost its appeal.
I suppose our ODAAT is relevant to whatever you are experiencing at the tine.
His is getting through each day without his adorable ‘Bean ‘.
We miss you lovely Mum β€οΈπŸ™
ODAAT. This acronym is generally associated with sobriety right? I visited John yesterday ( @sloopjohnb21 ) and we had a good old chin wag. My lovely Mum, his lovely ‘Bean’ as he called her, only passed 6 months ago. He doesn’t drink anymore because in his words, “it’s just not the same anymore”. She was one half of their double act, his sidekick, his soulmate, his seahorse. Always 8pm on the dot, 2 vodkas and tonic. ( large ) We all have our own reasons for giving up the booze, John didn’t plan too but it lost its appeal. I suppose our ODAAT is relevant to whatever you are experiencing at the tine. His is getting through each day without his adorable ‘Bean ‘. We miss you lovely Mum β€οΈπŸ™
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•18/05/19•
We got interviewed by these lovely college students (@wiwidindahh_ and friends) about eating disorders. It was fun. And it was an honor to share about it, since it is something important to know about.
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We, the team, are hoping that you guys will get the great result for the assignment and hope that we gave the positive impact to you all that make you guys also want to spread the positivity.
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We could see how surprised you guys hearing our stories. Hahahaha.. But.....
What we shared was not about how it hurts but about how we fight eating disorder, how we survived, and how we make it as a lesson and let it build ourselves up.
Best wishes for all of us!

Much love,
Curvaceous team♥️
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•18/05/19• We got interviewed by these lovely college students ( @wiwidindahh_ and friends) about eating disorders. It was fun. And it was an honor to share about it, since it is something important to know about. • We, the team, are hoping that you guys will get the great result for the assignment and hope that we gave the positive impact to you all that make you guys also want to spread the positivity. • We could see how surprised you guys hearing our stories. Hahahaha.. But..... What we shared was not about how it hurts but about how we fight eating disorder, how we survived, and how we make it as a lesson and let it build ourselves up. Best wishes for all of us! Much love, Curvaceous team♥️ • #prorecovery #beatingeatingdisorder #edrecovery #recoveryfood #Neda #bulimiamemes #recoverywin #edrecovery #eatingdisorder #beatinged #beatingeatingdisorders #miarecovery #recoveryishard #recoveryisworthit #recoveryispossible #bulimiarecovery #bingeeatingrecovery #bingeeating #recoverymode #selfcare #selflove #bulimiafighter #bulimia #selflove #selfrespect #selfcare #bodypositivity #funfacts #Indonesiasehat #sehatmental #sehat #infosehat #recovery
⚠️MENTAL HEALTH AWARNESS WEEK POST⚠️ 2014 vs 2019. Theres a huge difference, right? Most of you probably dont know, but Ive struggled with mental illnesses since I was 15 years old. In the left photo, I was 17 and weighed 38kg, I used to starve myself or throw up several times a week, took laxatives and still found myself fat. As you can see, I hid myself in oversized clothes and never showed my arms, I looked sick and even my breasts were smaller. At that time I lost my period for a couple of months, but for me it wasnt enough, I wasnt skinny enough, I wasnt sick enough. Thats what anorexia and bulimia do to you, make you think that unless youre a living skeleton you dont deserve help. I was able to see and feel my collarbones and hipbones, but every time I saw myself in front of the mirrow I just felt fat and disgusting. There are almost no pictures of me that year because I didnt feel comfortable with it. In the right photo its me at the present time, 22 years and who cares about my weight. I cant say Im recovered but Ive made a lot of progress. I actually enjoy food most days, I dont hide myself anymore and I try to be healthier. There are days when I dont feel like eating, in which I cant help but throw up, but I am not harsh with myself. Every day is a new opportunity to improve, and relapse is not a sign of failure. In my experience, despite the years there are some things that persist, but Ive learned to control myself, to stop letting the negative thoughts affect me. Actually, Ive lost weigh since december because I got very stressed and depressed. When I got diagnosed in 2015 and started to go to a nutritionist and psychiatrist, I gained a lot of weigh and the medication I had to take didnt help either, so its been a long process, physically and mentally. It takes time to accept your body, to be kind to yourself and understand that you dont have to fit into a stereotype to feel pretty. So dont give up, you are enough.
If youre struggling with your weight, please contact a professional. You dont have to be dying to get help, you deserve to get better.
⚠️MENTAL HEALTH AWARNESS WEEK POST⚠️ 2014 vs 2019. There's a huge difference, right? Most of you probably don't know, but I've struggled with mental illnesses since I was 15 years old. In the left photo, I was 17 and weighed 38kg, I used to starve myself or throw up several times a week, took laxatives and still found myself fat. As you can see, I hid myself in oversized clothes and never showed my arms, I looked sick and even my breasts were smaller. At that time I lost my period for a couple of months, but for me it wasn't enough, I wasn't skinny enough, I wasn't sick enough. That's what anorexia and bulimia do to you, make you think that unless you're a living skeleton you don't deserve help. I was able to see and feel my collarbones and hipbones, but every time I saw myself in front of the mirrow I just felt fat and disgusting. There are almost no pictures of me that year because I didn't feel comfortable with it. In the right photo it's me at the present time, 22 years and who cares about my weight. I can't say I'm recovered but I've made a lot of progress. I actually enjoy food most days, I don't hide myself anymore and I try to be healthier. There are days when I don't feel like eating, in which I can't help but throw up, but I am not harsh with myself. Every day is a new opportunity to improve, and relapse is not a sign of failure. In my experience, despite the years there are some things that persist, but I've learned to control myself, to stop letting the negative thoughts affect me. Actually, I've lost weigh since december because I got very stressed and depressed. When I got diagnosed in 2015 and started to go to a nutritionist and psychiatrist, I gained a lot of weigh and the medication I had to take didn't help either, so it's been a long process, physically and mentally. It takes time to accept your body, to be kind to yourself and understand that you don't have to fit into a stereotype to feel pretty. So don't give up, you are enough. If you're struggling with your weight, please contact a professional. You don't have to be dying to get help, you deserve to get better.
If you know exactly where you are going, you are staying in the smallness of who you were. We need to be in the vast openness of what our potential is. And we can’t be in the potential of who we are if we are stuck in the smallness of controlling absolutely everything. Have faith in not only yourself, but in the great divine that you are going exactly where you need to go without having all the answers. πŸŒΊπŸ’šπŸ€
If you know exactly where you are going, you are staying in the smallness of who you were. We need to be in the vast openness of what our potential is. And we can’t be in the potential of who we are if we are stuck in the smallness of controlling absolutely everything. Have faith in not only yourself, but in the great divine that you are going exactly where you need to go without having all the answers. πŸŒΊπŸ’šπŸ€
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For anyone struggling with urges, intrusive thoughts or memories this evening. πŸ’–πŸŒ»
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[visual description: a hand drawn illustration of the ocean waves. It has a pink circular border. The waves are crashing but are rainbow colour reflecting the sun above. The sky is blue and written in the sky it says “my emotions and urges are like ocean waves, they crash and flood, they settle. They can be calm. Low tide always returns.] #selfharm #recoveryispossible #mentalhealthrecovery #mentalhealth #mindfulness #addictionrecovery #selfharmrecovery
#Repost @makedaisychains ・・・ For anyone struggling with urges, intrusive thoughts or memories this evening. πŸ’–πŸŒ» . . . [visual description: a hand drawn illustration of the ocean waves. It has a pink circular border. The waves are crashing but are rainbow colour reflecting the sun above. The sky is blue and written in the sky it says “my emotions and urges are like ocean waves, they crash and flood, they settle. They can be calm. Low tide always returns.] #selfharm #recoveryispossible #mentalhealthrecovery #mentalhealth #mindfulness #addictionrecovery #selfharmrecovery
37 weeks pregnant and I’ve found the world’s comfiest maternity pjs. Which is handy because I plan on living in pyjamas until this baby arrivesπŸ€°πŸ»πŸ˜‚πŸ’—
37 weeks pregnant and I’ve found the world’s comfiest maternity pjs. Which is handy because I plan on living in pyjamas until this baby arrivesπŸ€°πŸ»πŸ˜‚πŸ’—