This week, the Hudson Yards Vessel closed after a third suicide occurred in this past year. These three tragedies, all from Gen Z. Where have we gone so terribly wrong as a culture that this is seen as their only way out? A heartbreaking look at our reality, and what it’s doing to our kids. Continue reading Is Woke Culture Killing Our Kids?
In #recovery, sometimes the greatest source of encouragement is knowing that *it’s possible.* It’s knowing that if someone else can make it, you can too. #edrecovery #mentalhealthContinue reading An Ally in Trench Warfare
Yesterday’s riots on Capitol Hill were a disgraceful stain on America. But depending on which mainstream media source you watched, you got a very different story. In 2021, where can we find the truth? Because our half-informed, one-sided beliefs are tearing the country apart. Continue reading Veritas
On this New Year’s Eve, we’re seeing it everywhere: “Goodbye 2020, and GOOD RIDDANCE!” But is that really the attitude we want to bring with us into 2021? What recovery from anorexia taught this young woman about learning from the past, to move forward. #edrecoveryContinue reading Good Riddance?
It is with a heavy heart that I share tonight’s blog post. This weekend, we lost a member of the eating disorder recovery community. Eating disorders are so grossly misunderstood.
It is my prayer that we can raise awareness about the severity and warning signs of such a devastating disease – which has the highest mortality rate of all mental illnesses. Continue reading In Memoriam
A Christmas greeting from my home to yours! 2020 has brought a lot of changes and challenges. But one constant source of joy has been…YOU! Merry Christmas, friends! I love you!Continue reading Christmas Time is Here!
Sometimes the thing we’re most afraid of is the very thing that sets us free. After recovery from an eating disorder, letting someone into my past and letting love in is a difficult, scary task. Turns out, my fears were completely off on all accounts. And love is, perhaps, the most beautiful, freeing, healing thing of all! #edrecoveryContinue reading Read this if you’re Afraid to Love
Quarantine has left many Christians feeling spiritually isolated. With digital church services watched alone, it’s easy to feel as though we are alone, lost in a faith vacuum. How God revealed that we are, in fact, not isolated, but alone, together. #faith #catholicContinue reading Alone, Together
This Christmas doesn’t feel quite as festive as it should. And we have COVID to thank. But perhaps instead we should see this holiday season as a blessing: to return to that First Christmas, where it was about family and the Christ child. #catholic Continue reading Christmas Negativity or Nativity?
Christmas and the holidays are acutely difficult for people struggling with eating disorders. From Top Eating Disorder Recovery blogger, BeautyBeyondBones: what she needed to hear to when she was in the throes of anorexia, to save her life and overcome Christmas anxiety. #recovery #edrecovery Continue reading What I Needed to Hear: Christmas Vs. Anorexia