Sometimes, I think we are so wrapped up in ED, we really for get what is important, and who we are really effecting.. So in my recovery, I have gained some much needed weight.. I feel great, never thought I'd say that, but I do.. It is hard, but the results, and hard work are paying off.. I am getting so much attention, and praise from my husband.. I love it, out relationship I believe is much stronger, and is moving forward. So the other day, I am putting on my jeans on, and they are not falling off of me, I said in front of my daughter, I am getting bigger, and she softly replied "No mama, you are getting better". I melted, and hugged her, and said Thank you... I learned from her, my 7 yr old little girl.. I was not really saying bigger, in a bad way, but she is use to me putting my self down. She made me feel so good, and confirmed, that my recovery is working, and touching the lifes that matter..
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