Stock the Panic Room

Whaaaat?!?! BBB on a Wednesday??!!??

I know. Stock the panic room. Things are getting craaaazy!



But I wanted to just fill you in on the Special Announcement I mentioned in my last post.

I’m going to be starting a new series on Patreon called Journaling Through Recovery, featuring the transcripts of my inpatient journal.


The blog is staying exactly the same! (M & Th posts) … This is just something extra 🙂

Here’s a 2 minute video explaining the details:)


But I’m really excited to share it with you all, and get back to the heart of why I started this blog in the first place: to offer hope and encouragement to those battling ED, and their loved ones.


Alright, that’s it!

I’ve got a really great post for you tomorrow, so hopefully I’ll see you then!

Hugs and love xox


66 responses to “Stock the Panic Room”

  1. My niece battled this and she came through the other side, and it opened my eyes. Bravo for you for writing and I hope that you connect with parents and teens.

  2. I’m glad I found your blog andI look forward to reading more! I too have struggled with disordered eating and although I’m at a healthy place now, this will always be a part of who I am – for better or for worse! I give you a ton of credit for opening up about your experiences and do not doubt that you are helping others 🙂

  3. Wow- you are incredible, Carolyn. You are impacting and will continue to impact so many. I know you say just one is enough for you, but your journey will continue to inspire countless others. Thank you for always being vulnerable and shining Jesus’ light. xx

  4. I’ve not been able to read through your blog like I planned to (been sooo busy so I have to ensure I get myself together).
    But I truly love what you do and I was touched watching you video. I started writing journals to cope with depression because I hated myself so very much for being overweight. I never struggled with ED but I really did a lot of terrible things to myself physiologically. God bless you, and his love is available to you at an unlimited supply dear

  5. I pray your new project will bless many people. It looks as though you have already blessed many by your testimony here. May the Lord shine his light on you and be gracious unto you for sharing your journey as a means of helping others to come through Victorious. God bless you

  6. Wow! All I can say is… Wow! It takes an incredible amount of courage to even be able to go back to reread those pages, let alone share them with the entire world. Courage, humility, integrity, strength, vulnerability, forgiveness, acceptance. You have clearly come a long way, and you are a role model for those of us in recovery. It isn’t as if you are publishing them on an anonymous webpage where few people will see them. Congratulations on all of your followers! I am always astounded by your impact and think to myself, “Where God is at work, then a project will flourish, and people will be drawn to it.” I am praying that he continues to bless you as you continue making these brave and bold steps forward.

    • Thank you so much Lulu. You’re so kind to say that. Yeah it definitely brings up a lot of emotion to see where my head was. God is good and has truly saved my life. And I just pray that even one person will benefit from it. Thanks for being such a beautiful source of light in my life! Hugs and love xox

      • Hugs back to you, too! 😊❤️ I can’t speak for others, but reading your blog definitely helps me. You have so much faith! I really admire that in you. I’m trying to grow into a better relationship with God, and I think that reading your perspectives helps. It also helps to read the words of someone who is many years ahead of me in recovery, because I think, “Maybe I will get there, too.” Thanks for what you do! Xoxo

  7. Congratulations on the opportunity! I have a feeling that you’re going to be able to reach a lot of people with this and for the glory of God. Excited to see where this goes for you!

  8. First, the thought of transcribing my old journal for others to read has just made me nauseous. I could envision bad, bad things happening. That certainly makes me envious of the freedom you have to be so transparent. If I could bring myself to burn my journal, I would…but there’s too much in there…even though I don’t want to read it, or let others until I’m long dead.

    Second, this was the first time I saw you on video (even in pictures). Understand I’m a happily married man as I say this, but there is certainly “beautyabovebones” too! Dang!

    Anyway, God bless you and continue to provide healing for you and help for others.

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