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♡《me in the photo》♡ Me suelo cortar mucho para liberarme de mis pensamientos y por fallar tantas veces .
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#cat #ana #mia #analimia #anaymia #ed #eatingdisorder #depresión #deb #anorexia #bulimia #proana #promia #selfharm #cutting


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Throwback to yesterdays dinner together with my boyfriend💑
Ja, bei uns gab es lecker Iglo Backfisch und dazu Smiley Fries.🍟 nebenbei gab es für mich noch Ketchup, Karibik Sauce und etwas pikante Tomatensauce☺
Durch die Arbeit fehlt mir jegliche Zeit meine Mahlzeiten zu planen oder tracken. Das meiste macht mein Freund und da er momentan auch einkaufen geht, fallen meine safefoods immer mehr weg, was ich vollkommen in Ordnung finde. Zurzeit esse ich was und wann ich Lust habe. Ich zähle eigentlich keine Kalorien mehr und komme soweit ganz gut damit klar. Es ist nicht unbedingt leicht, aber mir fehlt ehrlich gesagt auch die Lust jede Kalorien zu zählen, geschweige denn irgendwas zu wiegen oder zu planen. Ich stehe täglich 7-8 Stunden auf meinen Beinen und bin viel in Bewegung. Es ist anstrengend und da brauche ich einfach Energie und dadurch fällt mir das Essen auch so viel leichter. Ich snacke auf Arbeit Kekse und Schokolade, sowie ich Lust habe, etwas was für mich vor Monaten noch undenkbar war, aber es tut so gut. Ich esse wieder Butter auf meinen Broten und sämtliche andere Aufstriche, wie ich eben möchte und darüber bin ich total froh. Abends gönne ich mir Schoki, einfach weil mein Körper es verdient hat. Ich habe es verdient mir etwas zu gönnen. Mein erster Vollzeitjob fordert mich sehr, aber er gibt mir so viel zurück was ich die letzten Jahre vermisst habe. Außerdem verdiene ich endlich genug Geld um mir auch mal etwas gönnen zu können. Also Leute, es könnte gerade nicht besser laufen und die Monate und Jahre Recovery zahlen sich gerade so aus!☺👌
Bleibt immer dran und gebt nie auf. Irgendwann seid ihr soweit gekommen und blickt stolz zurück. Ich glaube an jeden, der es nur probiert. Jeder Rückschlag lässt einen lernen und macht einen stärker💕


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Get ready Dallas because we are coming your way! Come SMASH with us February 19th at SMU thanks to our awesome sponsor @eatingrecovery, and supporting sponsor, @renfrewcenter. Check out our Facebook event page for more info! #southernsmash #SMU #scalesmash #daretoloveyourself #payitforward #edrecovery #edwarrior #edawareness #eatingdisorder #anorexia #bulimia #bed


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‘s post.💫
•{not my photo unless i say it is}. i gained basically all my weight that i lost back because i was forced to eat by my parents. but that’s okay, because i’m going on a fast for two days and after that i will limit for calorie intake to 300 or less!.~✨


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I posted I picture of my torso on my main account and I wanted to show that I’m not longer uncomfortable with my body, but then I started to feel fat again and I’m on that thin line of relapsing and totally recovering (again). Lol I’m so confused
#bulimia


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"During my fourth hospitalization and some months before that and then nearly a year following, I believed myself to be the second coming of Christ in alien form. I thought the spirit world was protecting me from evil. I am not religious whatsoever; however, I become very religious during the acute phase of this illness. Similar delusions have presented themselves in the past and I've wholeheartedly believed them." New article on the website! This was sent in by Celia from Texas, or @schizo_celia as she is on here. Celia writes about her experience with schizophrenia. It's so important to have people like Celia around as mental health activists because not many talk about illnesses like schizophrenia, and we need as much people shining a light on it as possible! To read the article, go to mentalgladiatormedia.com or click the link in my bio. And make sure to follow @schizo_celia to keep up with her journey.

If you would like to write an article about your experience with mental illness, email mentalgladiatormedia@gmail.com or click the link in my bio.


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PSICANÁLISE COM CRIANÇAS
Quando os pais levam uma criança ao psicólogo, é comum haver um pedido velado para "consertá-la", incluindo-a, assim, em um ideal de saúde física e mental: saber falar, ler, escrever e contar perfeitamente; ser dócil e simpática; sair-se bem na escola e não causar nenhum tipo de incômodo ou angústia àqueles que estiverem à sua volta. Desse modo, pede-se ao analista a patente de uma “criança-robô”! O setting terapêutico com crianças, é um espaço lúdico, de descoberta, de desfrute e acima de tudo prazeroso, tanto para o paciente como para o psicanalista, onde este está ali junto à criança não para ela fazer associações livres verbais, pois em algumas vezes estas associações verbalizadas causam angústia na criança. Na brincadeira o psicólogo está ali não como externo ao mundo do paciente, nem interno a ele, mas é um mediador para que a criança possa projetar na brincadeira sua patologia, seu mundo psíquico sem ter consciência total do que está acontecendo.


💭Psicóloga Sabrina Vasconcelos
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#psiquiatria #saudemental #terapiainfantil #subjetividade #psi #psicanalise #freud #lacan #terapia #psicologia #psicopatia #qualidadedevida #saude #relaxar #transtornobipolar #psicose #anorexiarecovery #bulimia #anorexia #transtornoalimentar #emagrecimento #medicacao #psicofarmacologia #psicotropicos #infantil #violenciacontramulher #doenca #narcisismo #maedemenina


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It’s already been a long week and Christmas is fast approaching which usually means it’s a tough time of the year for me. And this year has been a long struggle with depression. But I keep fighting because I know there is a purpose in all this pain, and I know I help others know they aren’t alone by sharing my story. So if you are struggling tonight with anything: mental health, past trauma, the holiday season, grief, or anything else, please know there is a purpose for you in this world and that YOU add something to this world that no one else can. Keep fighting the good fight and know you are not alone!! #depression #depressed #suicide #suicidal #anxiety #panicattack #ocd #ptsd #substanceusedisorder #addiction #bulimia #anorexia #selfharm #eatingdisorder #bingeeating #bodydysmorphia #bipolar #bipolardisorder #schizophrenia #personalitydisorder #recovery #hope #inspiration #inspirational #mentalhealth #endthestigma #keepgoing


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Estuve mucho tiempo pensando en si hacer esto o no, pero creo que vale la pena contar mi historia. Cada vez me entero de más casos de personas que padecen #anorexia o #bulimia nerviosa, especialmente de adolescentes que tienen entre 13 y 18 años. Me preocupa mucho este tema ya que fui víctima de ambas enfermedades y fueron las peores épocas de mi vida, nunca sufrí tanto como sufrí en esos momentos.
Lamentablemente en el 2010 con 13 años padecí de anorexia nerviosa, el día que me diagnosticaron la enfermedad sentí un vacío enorme dentro mío que no podía entender que era lo que pasaba. Ese mismo día me internaron porque mi cuerpo ya no daba para más, sentí miedo en ese momento porq me di cuenta de que algo no estaba bien, mi familia lloraba todos los días pensando que me moría, este tipo de trastornos, aunque algunos crean que es imposible, es mortal.
Con 13 años baje casi 20 kg, en plena edad de desarrollo llegue a pesar 28 kg.
Muchas chicas en estas edades se someten a realizar dietas súper estrictas que no saben hasta qué grado puede afectarles, en mi caso ponele, me afectó de esta manera. A los 13 años empecé a “cuidarme” con la comida, baje lo que me propuse y hasta ahí estaba todo bien. Después de unos meses mi cuerpo ya me decía basta, me quedaba dormida arriba de los apuntes, estaba de muy mal humor, vivía peleando con mi viejos y mis hermanas, sobre todo con mi mamá. Perdí muchas cosas con mi familia a causa de esta enfermedad, por más de que mis hermanas me querían ayudar ellas ya no aguantaban más y lo único q hacíamos era pelearnos. Con mi vieja igual, no había día q no discutiera con ella.
Mis viejos decidieron internarme, estuve una semana internada en donde me pusieron una sonda nasogástrica y me hacían controles cada dos segundos. Con la sonda me alimentaban durante la noche y para el día me daban unas leches especiales que empecé con tres y a medida que iba mejorando me las iban sacando. Si, así de horrible fue todo, me sentía como un bebé recién nacido en su etapa de crecimiento, vivía tomando leche y mis viejos no me sacaban los ojos de encima.
Sigue en comentarios ⬇️


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Gonna go to the gym tomorrow and not eat if i have the fucking self control


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When my brother and I were growing up, our parents would feed us all sorts of food that were healthy for us.
We were only allowed sugary treats at night before bed or when we went to kids parties otherwise we would be hyperactive and annoying as shit to our parents.
That's not to say that when we went to our friends or grandparents homes that we were still 100% abiding by what our parents had bought us up like.
Our parents did a great job raising us regarding food.
Neither one of us have been shy with food, I love my food challenges and my brother loves to cook and I love it when he cooks too because he uses all the good foods that I don't normally go near.
My point is that we need to feed our children and also teach them about balance. Anorexia and bulimia was not an issue when we were growing up. I would have a loaf of bread a day growing up and never was I worried. Shit we even had a bakery and we know how good that food is right?! Again, balance! I get that life is busy AF these days but we need to teach our kids that food at home is better than food from a fast food place. We need to set our kids up with skills for adulthood. Experiment with food! If you want to eat shit food and teach your kids that it's ok to do so, be prepared for some health complications down the track when potentially the "obese" word gets put to you by a doctor, don't be shocked! I may be harsh but kids look up to you to be there role model. "Monkey see, monkey do"! Its ok to eat some bad foods but not every day. There can be much deeper complications rather just being overweight. It's never too late to start just one healthy habit a day. Keep that healthy habit going for 21 days and then start a new healthy habit. Keep going until you have a healthy lifestyle with balance and before you know it, you should be looking better and feeling better. Create the balance that isn't complicated.
Remember fresh is best not processed!


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Send weight loss pills to my house


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